Master recycler of medical goods checks inventory

CHRISTOPHER TOMLINSON/The Daily Sentinel—Dr. James Jackson and his wife, Anna Marie, look over used medical equipment that has been collected at the Grand Junction warehouse of Project CURE at 559 Sand Hill Lane. James Jackson is the founder of Project CURE, a nonprofit organization that ships donated medical supplies to 122 countries.



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CHRISTOPHER TOMLINSON/The Daily Sentinel—Dr. James Jackson and his wife, Anna Marie, look over used medical equipment that has been collected at the Grand Junction warehouse of Project CURE at 559 Sand Hill Lane. James Jackson is the founder of Project CURE, a nonprofit organization that ships donated medical supplies to 122 countries.

Over the course of 25 years, Dr. James W. Jackson has turned a small operation collecting donated medical items in his garage in Evergreen into one of the world’s largest nonprofits…




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