CanF


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CanF

Canadian French.
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(NYSE American: CANF) (TASE: CFBI) is an advanced clinical stage drug development Company with a platform technology that is designed to address multi-billion dollar markets in the treatment of cancer, inflammatory disease and sexual dysfunction.
The CANF is the leading Cuban-American activist group.
"Dwi'n cael gwahoddiad i fynd i ymweld a sawl gwlad, ac yn aml yn canf od fy hun mewn gwlad dramor lle nad ydw i'n deall yr iaith, felly rwyf yn gallu uniaethu gyda phrofiadau dysgwyr."
After his death in 1997, his son felt compelled to take over the reigns at CANF. "One of my dreams is to provide support to a young generation in Cuba who doesn't have the opportunity to dream of a better future," says Jorge Jr.
The Cuban American National Foundation (CANF) was once the star chamber of Miami politics, back when it housed the desk of the late Jorge Mas Canosa, who used to stroll into the White House and help shape US policy around Cuba and the rest of Latin America.
The most powerful of the anti-Castro organizations operating our of Florida is the Cuban American National Foundation (CANF).
The Cuban American National Foundation (CANF), which has lately taken a turn toward moderation, appeared swept away by the possibility that Castro's destruction was imminent.
Of particular interest are comments by Ricardo Mas Canosa, the brother of Jorge Mas Canosa, the founder and leader until his death in 1997 of the most important Cuban organization in the United States, the Cuban American National Foundation (CANF).
The resignation of 22 CANF directors in early August has left CANF divided into two warring camps.
Cruz, tried a week before Rodriguez, admitted planting six bombs during the 1997 wave of attacks on Havana hotels and a restaurant; In both trials, Cuban prosecutors presented evidence which they said proved anti-communist exiles in Miami, principally the Cuban American National Foundation (CANF), were behind the bombing campaign.
By getting himself or his cronies appointed or elected to local water, sewer, utility, road and electoral commissions - much as the Klan did in the South until the late 1960s - Mas and his Cuban American National Foundation (CANF), and its various political and business spinoffs, built an empire.
The late Jorge Mas Canosa, CANF's founder and chairman until his death from cancer earlier this year, was a veteran Castro hater who aspired to be the next president of Cuba.