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Night in White

May 07, 2012
07:00 PM
Hudson Terrace, 621 West 46th Street, New York, NY

The Cancer Research Institute Young Philanthropists Council hosted their first “Night in White,” held February 7, 2012, at the Hudson Terrace in Manhattan. For CRI, white, which represents the presence of all colors, symbolizes the potentia of immunotherapy to cure all cancers. More than 230 attendee donned winter-white clothing and were treated to white-colored top-shelf beverages and an assortment of refreshments all playing into the theme color. This evening event celebrated CRI's mission to conquer all cancers through immunology. The Young Philanthropists netted more than $11,000 for the CRI Young Philanthropists Postdoctoral Fellowship Award supporting promising young scientists engaged in cutting-edge cancer immunology research.

Read the press release here.