Holiday Gift Boutique 2014 

pantone combo breast cancerTuesday, December 2nd, Noon to 8pm

Wednesday, December 3rd, 9am to 3pm

19 Doubling Road, Greenwich

Suggested admission: $10

To join us for lunch on the 2nd, between 12:30 and 2:30, click here to reserve your seat. Couvert $50 per person.

This year’s vendors include:

Alexandra Abuza Floral & Garden, Anita Designs, ASHA by ADM, Boo Gemes, Catch All, Chasse P’tit Loup, Christen Maxwell NY, Clare Hare Darien, CMM Designs, Collared Greens, Cynthia Alexander, Designing Women, Diane James Home, East End Foodies, EMBY, Greenwich Food Company, Hema New York, Hot Head, House Portraits by Barbara Bellin, Ilyse’s Pieces, Jean Forte Vintage Gifts, johnnie-O, Katha Diddle Collection, Lera Jewels, Manu’ Cashmere, Marilyn Tov, Meg Carter Designs, Mrs. Monogram, Nest, Peaceable Hill Paperie, PK Collection, Recreo San Miguel, Scarf Candy, Splurge, Stanton Sweets, Suzanne Einstein Collection, Tangerine, The Pink Mink, Tara Wilson Designs, Yatra Collection, Zaanha, 2 Friends.

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19th Annual Benefit Luncheon and Fashion Show!

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Breast Cancer Alliance and Mitchells/Richards,

and co-chairs Lisa Fischer and Jieun Wax thank all of you who supported:


Thursday, November 6, 2014  – Hyatt Regency Greenwich


Keynote Speaker: Mike Greenberg, ESPN Sportscaster and Author knocked it out of the park with laughter and inspiration

and Fashion Show Host, Brunello Cucinelli, put on a most spectacular runway show

Approximately $1.3M has already been raised and the number continues to grow!

To read about the event in the press: ~ Magazine online ~ Greenwich Time SEEN – It’s Relevant

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Site Visits

Each year, in accordance with our commitment to due diligence, we visit each of the institutions to whom we provide a grant allocation.

The remaining dates for this year’s visits are listed below.  If you would like to attend one of these visits, or receive more information about timing and content, please contact Crystal Stoute, Executive Assistant, at

October 23:

Stamford Hospital

November 13:

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Constantine S. Mitsiades:  Dr. Mitsiades has previously observed that “accessory” non-metastatic cells aid metastatic cells in their resistance to chemotherapy.  The present study is examining the mechanisms by which these accessory cells may work in aiding estrogen-receptor mutated tumor cells in becoming resistant to anti-estrogen therapies, in the context of bone metastases, the most common, but infrequently studied, of breast cancer metastatic sites.

Kornelia (Nelly) Polyak:  Based on prior observations of metabolic differences between tumor cells and normal cells, Dr. Polyak’s study is looking at the role that metabolic changes induced by stromal (normal) cells play in the development of tumor cells’ therapeutic resistance, with an aim to identify possible metabolic pathways as therapeutic targets.

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