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5-Year New York Gala Celebration

Thank you to everyone who attended our New York Gala 5-Year Celebration and to everyone who donated!

This year's gala was held at the Ritz Carlton - Battery Park and the featured chefs were:

Greg Baxtrom - Olmsted, New York
Floyd Cardoz - Paowalla, New York
James Kent - NoMAd, New York
Min Kong - Little Park, New York

See pictures and more information about the Gala

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Q&A with Analisa DiFeo, PhD, and Goutham Narla, MD, PhD

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Analisa DiFeo served as Sparks Speaker at the Annual Conference for Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) at St. Louis

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