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August 4, 2016
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Brunch can be a lifesaver if you join us at Pink Roses Teal Magnolias, The Cooper Foundation’s signature event, dedicated to raising funds for breast and gynecological cancer programs at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper. The event recognizes the physicians, nurses and staff at MD Anderson Cooper who have dedicated their careers to improving the lives of women with cancer.




This year the Mount Group, one of our community partners, is raising awareness and supporting Pink and Teal with its very own “Let's Dump Cancer Campaign!” Learn how you can become a Pink Roses Teal Magnolias Community Partner.


Join us on Sunday, October 30, 2016 as we honor our Pink and Teal Heroes. This month, read about Dr. A. Leilani Fahey.



Q & A With Pink and Teal Hero A. Leilani Fahey

Pink and Teal Hero A. Leilani Fahey, MD, FACS,
is a plastic surgeon specializing in breast reconstruction at MD Anderson Cancer
Center at Cooper.


Find out who inspired her career in medicine and why she chose to practice at Cooper.


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Camden Health & Athletic Association: Assistant Police Chief Discusses Role of Sports Life

In June, the Cooper Foundation’s newest initiative, the Camden Health & Athletics Association was launched. Sports can have a profound impact on our youth – they did for Assistant Police Chief Orlando Cuevas.


Read Cuevas’ full story and why he is committed to CHAA here!


Join the Fight Against
Lung Cancer

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are now available for the Sixth Annual Jim Fifis Lung Cancer Research Fund Dinner on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at Ponzio’s in Cherry Hill.


Join the Fifis family in helping to ensure that patients have access to the best possible lung cancer care right here in South Jersey.


Become a Sponsor or Purchase Tickets

The Catalyst: Featured Topics

∙ Summer Program at Cooper University Hospital Introduces High School Students to Health Care Professions - Read More


∙ Summer in the City Was HOT! - Read More


∙ Women’s Board Donates Cozies 4 Chemo - Read More



In The News

∙ Modern inpatient cancer care unit opening at Cooper University Hospital on July 7 - – June 30, 2106 by Kevin C. Shelly: New facility, spacious rooms emphasize patient care at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Read More


∙ Caring coaches, young Camden ball players find joy and respite from fear on field - Newsworks – July 7, 2016 by Elizabeth Riedler:After five years of growth, a youth sports league in Camden is spreading to include other parts of the city. It’s an impressive feat. Read More


∙ Once a Camden kid, he works on projects that aim to transform - – July 10, 2016 by Joseph DiStefano: Mark Stettler's Camden roots go deep. As a kid he lived in Cramer Hill. Now, he works rebuilding Camden… Read More


∙ Jersey Roar: Schools Make A Comeback in Camden, the Nation’s Most Distressed City - The 74 – July 11, 2016 by Naomi Nix: There will be no silver bullets to solve these challenges, no structural reform or easy solution to problems. Read More


∙ More than 2,000 'Camden Rising' tickets distributed to community groups - – July 28, 2016 by Kevin C. Shelly: The concert preceded Hillary Clinton’s acceptance of the presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Read More


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