I guess I could use some clarification. Did you personally start the "Mirena Awareness" site? Does it cost money to keep the website up and running? Can volunteers give their time to keep it going? Who do you think looks down on it? Are you getting negative feedback from individuals or certain groups? I can't imagine anyone suffering from the side effects of the Mirena looking down on anyone trying to warn others. Isn't the CDC federally funded? Does the CDC accept private funding to do research on a specific medical device? Should we all be sending testimonials to the CDC so they'll take notice? Are you the specific person that would accept any donations and give a public accounting of the use of those donations? Do you have criteria by which you would determine which victims of the Mirena would be given financial assistance? Unfortunately with all the scams out there and these tough economic times, I can understand why no one is responding with donations without a clear understanding of who is collecting it, where it's going, and how it will be accounted for. Having said that, I'm sure everyone here is very grateful to you and anyone else trying to warn women about the Mirena.