A PUBLICATION OF THE PATRICK C. WALSH PROSTATE CANCER RESEARCH FUND
Volume 8, Winter 2012

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THE PATRICK C. WALSH
PROSTATE CANCER RESEARCH FUND

F O U N D E R S’ C I R C L E 

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Aikens
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Baker Family Foundation
Mary Ann and Bill Becker
George and Mary Nell Berry
Dr. and Mrs. Peter S. Bing
Mr. Keith Bremer
Jennifer A. Chalsty
John S. Chalsty
The Deeks Family Foundation
R. Christian B. Evensen
Phyllis and Brian L. Harvey
Heather C. and Patrick Henry
Charlton C. and F. Patrick Hughes
Beverly A. and Gary L. McDonald
Jean and Ian MacKechnie
Beth W. and A. Ross Myers
Nancy and Jim O’Neal
Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Sandman
The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation
Irene and Bernard L. Schwartz
Virginia and Warren Schwerin
Donald and Susan Sturm
Carolyn and Bill Stutt
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Thornton, Jr.
Luciana and Joe Vittoria

THE PATRICK C. WALSH 
PROSTATE CANCER RESEARCH FUND AWARDEES 


Here's Some of the Exciting Research You Have Helped Support

Which Should a Man Choose: Open or Laparoscopic Prostatectomy? 


Hormonal Therapy, Diabetes, and the Heart 


Sugar Regulation and Prostate Cancer 


Targeting Prostate Cancer With Stem Cells 


Using Statins to Target Cancer Therapy 


The Patrick C. Walsh Prostate Cancer Research Fund Named Scholars 


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