New Brain Biotech Center

Through the Feinstein Institute’s new Brain Tumor Biotech Center, researchers are hoping for greater advancements in drug development, saying it will serve as an interactive hub for scientists, clinicians and biotech companies studying neuro-oncology. Read More


Children Surviving Cancer

Pediatric cancer survivors and their families gathered at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow for the third annual Les Nelkin Pediatric Cancer Survivors’ Day, hosted by Cohen Children’s Medical Center. Read More


Buckle Up For Life

Thanks to a program called Buckle Up For Life, members of the community receive life-saving car safety seats for their children. Read More


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Bio-Containment Unit

To Address Future Infectious Disease Outbreaks, North Shore-LIJ Plans to Build Bio-Containment Unit

The North Shore-LIJ Health System announced that it will pursue the development of a biological containment unit to further improve its preparedness and response to infectious disease outbreaks. The health system has yet to decide on the location of this multi-million-dollar facility, which would likely take 18 months or longer to build.  Read More

Step By Step

Raising Money for Pediatric Brain Cancer Research One Mile at a Time

On an uncharacteristically warm Sunday in September, teams of runners traversed the length of Long Island in the annual Ocean to Sound 50 Mile Relay. Four of those teams consisted of runners from Step By Step, a nonprofit corporation, which raises money to fight cancer through providing endurance training programs for runners, walkers, cyclists, swimmers and triathletes.  Read More

Parents Return To Cohen, Thank Doctors Who Saved Their 4-Month-Old Daughter

Parents Return To Cohen, Thank Doctors Who Saved Their 4-Month-Old Daughter

Turned out in her finest hot pink coat and a furry white headband, four-month-old JoHanna Ribisi stole the show from her grateful parents, Michelle and Jason this week when the family returned to Cohen Children’s Medical Center to thank the doctors who performed a rare, hybrid cardiac procedure that saved JoHanna’s life. Read More

Lenox Hill Hospital Treats Inoperable Brain Tumor

Lenox Hill Hospital Treats Woman’s Inoperable Brain Tumor on Clinical Trial

The Lenox Hill Hospital Brain Tumor and Vascular Centers within the Division of Neurosurgery treated a Brooklyn woman’s inoperable brain tumor with an experimental treatment using intra-arterial drug delivery.  Read More


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Upcoming Events

The 46th Annual Bruno Memorial Lecture
Mon, 10 Nov 2014
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

2014 Lenox Hill Hospital's Autumn Ball
Tue, 11 Nov 2014
6:30 PM - 10:00 PM

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