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Cheers: David Wise, Marcel Weinmann, Andrew Evans and Sean Cabiguen celebrated the upcoming Perlmutter Cancer Center at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge on April 15th.

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You toast the future!

Hundreds of Brooklynites came out Monday to celebrate and support the soon-to-be-opened NYL Langone Health Mother-of-Pearl Cancer Center with a fundraiser in Brooklyn Heights.

Around 270 guests visited the Perlmutter Cancer Center – Live from Brooklyn at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge to celebrate the upcoming opening of the health facility in Sunset Park. Enjoy live music, dance, and raise $ 1.7 million in an auction to support the new center slated to open later this year on Second Avenue between 57th and 58th Streets.

Roberta Greenberg, Ilene Eder and Catherine Diefenbach at Perlmutter Cancer Center – Live from Brooklyn on April 15th at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.

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The new location will have state-of-the-art machinery that will allow cancer patients to receive their chemotherapy and radiation therapy just a little more than a block away from each other, so patients no longer have to drive all the way to Manhattan to get their full care, according to one of the directors of the hospital can often be a difficulty.

“Simple logistical things can be very difficult,” said vice chairman of clinical operations Andrew Evans. “Only these incredible machines will deliver much better treatments.”

The outpatient facility will offer medical and radiation oncology treatments for a variety of cancers with care teams performing radiation and infusion treatments using state-of-the-art technology, according to a press release from the hospital group.

NYU Langone Doctors Ben Neel, Michael Grossbard, Abe Chachoua and Kwok Kin-Wong at Mother of Pearl Cancer Center – Live Brooklyn Event on April 15th at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.

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The director of the new center said the new center will offer Kings Countians the very best in cancer treatment.

“Brooklynites deserve to receive world-class care without leaving the neighborhood, and NYU Langone Health and the Mother of Pearl Cancer Center are committed to making that happen,” said Benjamin Neel.

Anthony Bennardello and Sarah Macchia of PointState Capital at the Mother of Pearl Cancer Center – Live Event in Brooklyn on April 15 at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.

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