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Stamford doctor to be honored at Heroes For Hope

October 1, 2018

STAMFORD — A doctor from the Bennett Cancer Center/Stamford Health will be honored at the Third Annual Heroes for Hope event.

On Nov. 4, Dr. Paul Weinstein will be honored by the Israel Cancer Research Fund as part of Heroes for Hope which raises funds and awareness for cancer research. The event will begin at 6 p.m. at Temple Beth El in Stamford, Conn. and will include a cocktail hour, raffle and dinner.

This year’s keynote speaker will be Andrew Faas, a leukemia survivor, TEDx speaker, author, management advisor and Yale Public Voice Fellow. Faas survived cancer thanks to a drug developed by an ICRF grant recipient. An introduction and comments will be given by Dr. Mark Israel, International Executive Director of ICRF and Distinguished Chair in Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School Emeritus.

The event is open to all who wish to honor Drs. Drucker, Weinstein and Zelkowitz and help fight cancer. Tickets and honoring ads can be purchased at Heroes for Hope/tickets/sponsorship/honoring ads or ICRFonline.org or call (203) 321-1006.

erin.kayata@stamfordadvocate.com

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