2010 Breast Health International Breast Cancer Consensus Conference

On Friday, October 22 through Sunday, October 24, 2010, Jefferson’s Kimmel Cancer Center co-sponsored with the Breast Health International  a Breast Cancer Consensus Conference.  The conference brought leading breast cancer experts from around the world together to discuss Adjuvant Therapy in Stage I carcinoma of the breast: the influence of multigene analyses and molecular phenotyping.


Thomas Jefferson University Awarded Institutional Research Grant By American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society has awarded a three year Institutional Research Grant to Thomas Jefferson University, Dr. Richard Pestell, PI and Dr. Marja Nevalainen, co-PI. This grant will allow the annual award of pilot project grants to beginning investigators who have no national peer-reviewed research grant support. These small grants will support beginning investigators in …


Dr. Mitchell & The KCC Host A Program On Triple Negative Breast Cancer Awareness

On Saturday, October 9th, 2010, Dr. Edith P. Mitchell and the Kimmel Cancer Center hosted a special program about triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC).  TNBC accounts for approximately 15% to 20% of breast cancer diagnoses but has twice the rate of prevalence among young women, particularly pre-menopausal African-American women. This program is designed to increase your …


Dr. Pestell and the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital to be honored by the Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Dr. Richard Pestell, Director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson, will receive the “Light of Life” award at the 2010 Susan G. Komen Pink Tie Ball on Saturday, October 16.  Also that evening the “Beacon of Hope” award to the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital  will be accepted by Thomas J. Lewis, President and CEO, …


CancerCare Awards Dr. Edith Mitchell With Physician Of The Year Award

The national nonprofit CancerCare presented its Physician of the Year Awards to two nationally recognized leaders in oncology and cancer patient care during its annual “Tribute to Our Friends” awards ceremony, held on September 30 at CancerCare’s national office in New York City. On of the “Physician of the Year Awards” was presented top Dr. …


The Ramblewood Country Club Hosted John Runyan’s 2010 “Score For The Cure” Golf Tournament

The Ramblewood  Country Club in Mount Laurel, NJ hosted John Runyan’s 2010 “Score For The Cure” Golf Tournament on September 21st 2010. The proceeds benefited the Kimmel Cancer Center of Jefferson. Dietz & Watson was the Title Sponsor of the event. This  marks the 6th year of the event which has raised nearly $1,000,000 in …


Medical Oncology Adds Drs. Mark Weiss and William Kevin Kelly

Mark Weiss, M.D., has been appointed Director of the Hematologic Malignancies and Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Division in the Department of Medical Oncology.  He is an internationally respected and renowned expert in the field of hematologic malignancies, particularly CLL and ALL.  Dr. Weiss brings more than 20 years of clinical and investigational experience with him …


The Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson Opens New Senior Adult Oncology Center

At the Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson, our Senior Adult Oncology Center has been established with a multidisciplinary team of professionals, including geriatricians (physicians who specialize in treating the elderly), medical, surgical and radiation oncologists, nurses, dieticians, pharmacists, social workers and others to work with older adults and their treating oncologists. For more information please …


“Fight For Cure” to hold “Ribbon Ball” event to benefit the Kimmel Cancer Center

In an effort to raise funds and awareness for the Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson Hospital, “Fight For Cure” is pleased to present the First Annual, “Ribbon Ball” on Saturday, September 25, 2010 from 9pm-12am at The Loews Philadelphia Hotel, which is located at 1200 Market St. Philadelphia, PA 19107. Two-Time Emmy Award Winner & …


15th Anniversary Celebration of the First Transplant Performed by the Bone Marrow Transplant Program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

On September 29, 2010 there will be a celebration to mark the 15th anniversary of the first transplant performed by the Bone Marrow Transplant Program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Under the leadership of Dr. Neal Flomenberg, who established the BMT program at Jefferson in 1995, there have been approximately 650 transplants performed to date.


US World News & Report Ranks TJUH Among The Best In The Country

The US World News & Report ranked the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 35th in the nation for Cancer Care. The U.S.News & World Report this year also named Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals as among the best in the nation in seven other specialties – orthopaedic surgery; rehabilitation medicine.; ear, nose & throat; gastroenterology; geriatrics; gynecology; …


CancerCare Honors Dr. Edith Mitchell

CancerCare ( www.cacnercare.org ) will honor Dr. Edith Mitchell at it’s upcoming Tribute to Our Friends reception on September 30, 2010 in New York City. Dr. Mitchell will receive the CancerCare 2010 Physician of the Year award. This award is presented to a physician who demonstrated outstanding commitment to CancerCare through contributions of time, talent …

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