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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
Ambrose Monell Foundation
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


Coffey Honored


Donald Coffey, Ph.D., the Catherine Iola and J. Smith Michael Distinguished Professor of Urology, was named one of the 100 initial Fellows elected by the The American Association for Cancer Research to its newly formed and prestigious Academy. The Academy recognizes and honors distinguished scientists whose major contributions have propelled significant innovation and progress against cancer. The Fellows were selected through a rigorous review process. Coffey was elected along with two other Hopkins scientists: Bert Vogelstein, M.D., and Nobel Laureate Carol Greider, Ph.D.



THE PATRICK C. WALSH
PROSTATE CANCER RESEARCH FUND AWARDEES


Read About the Research You Have Helped Make Possible

Exosomes and Prostate Cancer

Keeping Cancer from Growing by Sabotaging Its Infrastructure

Blocking a Protein that Allows Prostate Cancer to Grow

A Dramatic Boost in the Body's Ability to Suppress Prostate Cancer

"Acne Bacteria," Chronic Inflammation, and Prostate Cancer

A Drug to Make Radiation More Effective in High-Risk Men

A Closer Look at Chronic Inflammation and Prostate Cancer

Alan Partin
     Susan and Bob Bruce

 

 

 

"It’s gone. The cancer is gone."

“I don’t even remember exactly when I had it,” says Bob Bruce, and believe it or not, this is the best possible news for us here at the Brady Urological Institute.

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prostate cancer

I am proof of what Johns Hopkins has done and of the lives saved. Including Hopkins in our wills is a way to give back, to say, 'thank you.'"

Harvey Sherzer, 16-year prostate cancer survivor
Johns Hopkins Legacy Society member

 

Through their ongoing and future giving to the James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute, Harvey and Susan Sherzer have made a lasting commitment to advancing prostate cancer research at Johns Hopkins.
What will your legacy be? To create a life-income gift or bequest to benefi t any area of Johns Hopkins, and to become a member of the Johns Hopkins Legacy Society, contact the Offi ce of Gift Planning today.

 

John C. Jeppi
Office of Gift Planning
410-516-7954 or 800-548-1268
giftplanning@jhu.edu
rising.jhu.edu/giftplanning

   

Johns Hopkins Urology

 

The Brady Urological Institute
PROSTATE CANCER DISCOVERY

is published by The James Buchanan Brady
Urological Institute, The Johns Hopkins Medical
Institutions, Baltimore, MD 21287-2101.

         


You can reach us at (410) 955-8434

Patrick C. Walsh, M.D,
University Distinguished Service Professor of Urology

         


Janet Farrar Worthington, Writer/Editor

         


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