1. curve1967's Avatar
    Here is a Theme reuested by Blacklatino

    -6 User Customizable Icons
    -1 Icon in the Top Right for Weather App or whatever LOL
    -Battery Meter & Signal Meter skinned as a 'Yellow LIVESTRONG Bracelet'
    -Focus Icon on App screen is skinned as a 'Puzzle Autism Ribbon'
    -New Item Icon is skinned as a 'Blue Puzzle Autism Bracelet'
    -Precision Icons used in Various Colours to replicated Puzzle Pieces

    **PS** If you would like to donate for this theme please donate directly to the LIVESTRONG Foundation HERE or Autism Canada Foundation HERE

    **ALSO** No Modifications will be made to this theme without a DONATION to the LIVESTRONG Foundation or Autism Canada. Please e-mail a copy of your receipt with your request!!



    Last edited by curve1967; 10-14-09 at 01:23 PM.
    09-18-09 06:56 PM
  2. Blacklatino's Avatar
    Cool! Thank you, very much.



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    Last edited by Blacklatino; 09-18-09 at 11:02 PM.
    09-18-09 07:15 PM
  3. Blacklatino's Avatar
    Lol. So, I don't want to hear anyone complaining about never being offered anything for free.
    Last edited by Blacklatino; 09-19-09 at 09:29 PM.
    09-19-09 08:46 AM
  4. wendybeee's Avatar
    Cool! Thank you, very much.



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    Your screenshot looks awesome BL !
    Curve1967 sure does have some theme making talent goin on
    09-19-09 08:59 AM
  5. Blacklatino's Avatar
    I don't plan on asking for additional themes when we're getting minimal support - so far.

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    Last edited by Blacklatino; 09-19-09 at 09:11 PM.
    09-19-09 09:57 AM
  6. msaster's Avatar
    Another wonderful theme going to a good cause have gotten it on my phone. Wish we could make bigger steps in this quest but the diet improvements/changes seem to have helped some..or I did see and listen to jeannie Mcarthy on her son
    09-21-09 07:27 AM
  7. Blacklatino's Avatar
    Thanks for posting. Here are some quick points about Austim and Cancer:

    Autism
    • 1 in 150 children is diagnosed with autism
    • 1 in 94 boys is on the autism spectrum
    • 67 children are diagnosed per day
    • A new case is diagnosed almost every 20 minutes
    • More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than with AIDS, diabetes & cancer combined
    • Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the U.S.
    • Autism costs the nation over $35 billion per year, a figure expected to significantly increase in the next decade
    • Autism receives less than 5% of the research funding of many less prevalent childhood diseases
    • Boys are four times more likely than girls to have autism
    • There is no medical detection or cure for autism

    Prevalence vs. Private Funding

    • Leukemia: Affects 1 in 25,000 / Funding: $310 million
    • Muscular Dystrophy: Affects 1 in 20,000 / Funding: $175 million
    • Pediatric AIDS: Affects 1 in 8,000 / Funding: $394 million
    • Juvenile Diabetes: Affects 1 in 500 / Funding: $130 million
    • Autism: Affects 1 in 150 / Funding: $42 million

    National Institutes of Health Funds Allocation

    • Total 2007 NIH budget: $29 billion
    • Of this, $80 million goes directly to autism research. This represents 0.28% of total NIH funding.

      (According to Autism Speaks' review, only 63% of the $127 million of the NIH's autism-related spending in FY2007 was on direct autism spending.)

    Cancer
    One in three people will contract cancer, and one in four will die from the disease.
    Within five years, cancer will surpass heart disease as the leading cause of death, according to the American Hospital Association.
    In 1994, 1.2 million new cancer cases were added to the more than eight million people in the U.S. who have already been diagnosed with cancer.
    Since 1950, the overall cancer incidence has increased by 44 percent; the incidence of breast cancer and male colon cancer by about 60 percent; testis, prostate and kidney by 100 percent; and other cancers, such as malignant melanoma, multiple myeloma and some lymphomas, by over 100 percent.
    The estimated annual cost of cancer to the United States, excluding incalculable psychosocial costs, is $110 billion, approximately 2 percent of the GNP.
    An estimated 80 million people have health insurance insufficient to cover the costs of a catastrophic illness such as cancer.
    Annual production rates for synthetic, carcinogenic and other industrial chemicals exploded from 1 billion pounds in 1940 to more than 500 billion pounds annually during the 1980s.
    Recent National Cancer Institute studies have linked: non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and exposure to solvents, oils, and greases; elevated risks for multiple myelorna among men and women employed in the textile and plastic industries; lymphoma among laboratory workers at the U.S. Department of Agriculture; and lung cancer among workers who developed silicosis.
    The rates of certain types of cancer among some industrial workers are up to 10 times higher than in the general population. Children of workers handling chemical carcinogens have sharply increase cancer rates. For example, the risks of childhood leukemia are increased two-to-five-fold if, during their mother's pregnancies, their fathers worked with spray paints, dyes or pigments.
    Some 75 percent of all cancers develop in those over 55, but notable exceptions include childhood leukemia, testicular and brain cancers - which mainly strike young people and have been increasing at an alarming rate, particularly among peak age groups For example, there has been an approximate 300 percent increase in testicular cancer among those aged 25-34 since the 1950s.
    During the 1990s, nearly 2 million women will have been diagnosed with breast cancer and 460,000 will have died. Between 1950 and 1989, the incidence of breast cancer increased by 53 percent.
    There has been an approximate doubling in. lung cancer rates in recent decades among non- smokers. A wide range of occupational exposures and urban air pollution have been shown to cause lung cancer.

    Again, thanks for posting.
    09-21-09 08:49 AM
  8. Blacklatino's Avatar



    My revised version: Font color changed and hot key for QuickLaunch



    09-24-09 12:59 AM
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