Vol. 11, No. 2
Revolutionary Dual Chamber Pacemaker Implanted
Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery in
Institute for Neurosciences
Relief for Restless Legs at Sleep Disorders Center
Spiritual Care Program Helps New Parents Cope with Loss
Study Shows Endoscopic Ultrasound Provides Accurate Non-Surgical Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer
Summertime Poses Special Risks for Seniors
Focus on Men�s Unique Health Concerns
Cancer Survivors� Day is A Celebration of Life
Art Party Held by Cancer Center for Kids
A Family�s Gift of Love
Jay�s World Supports Cancer Center for Kids
The bottom line at the New Life Center is a great birthing experience
Parenting Center Takes the Guesswork Out of Parenthood
Winthrop-University Hospital Honors Junior Volunteers
Auxiliary Holds 77th Annual Meeting
Institute for Cancer Care Beneficiary of Annual Golf Tournament
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inthrop's Annual Golf Tournament raised more than $280,000 for the Hospital's Institute for Cancer Care. Nearly 300 golfers turned out to support this worthwhile program, enjoying a picture-perfect spring day at either The Creek in Locust Valley, or the Meadow Brook Club in Jericho. Golf Tournament Chairman was William J. Porter, Jr., Managing Director, United States Trust Company, a member of Winthrop's Board of Directors.
William J. Porter, Jr., Golf Tournament Chairman (left), accepts a token of appreciation from Daniel P. Walsh, Winthrop's President and CEO, for his efforts to make the tournament a success.
(Left to right) Daniel P. Walsh, William J. Porter, Jr., and Ralph Lambert, President, Axis Group, discussed Winthrop's Institute for Cancer Care, beneficiary of the Hospital' Annual Golf Tournament. The Axis Group was Event Sponsor of the Tournament. Mr. Lambert is a previous tournament chairman.