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Fundraiser for
Irish Breast Cancer

Left to right: Angela Phelan, Brian Kennedy and Liz O'Donnell.

By Irish America Staff
August / September 2001

The New York dinner for the International Breast Cancer Foundation for Ireland was held at the Metropolitan Club in New York on April 25. The foundation sponsors post-graduate specialist studies for Irish doctors at Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital in New York. Funds from the dinner will also refurbish a family room at the national radiation center. St. Luke’s Hospital in Rathgar, Dublin. ♦

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