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Tag: Israel Cancer Research Fund
February 21, 2008 | 5:00 pmIf mapping the human genome was the seminal biological work of the 20th century, then learning how to "read" those genes will define this century, said one of Israel's top cancer researchers as he tinkers in his lab surrounded by tiny plastic tubes of DNA.
July 24, 2003 | 8:00 pm
Research and Rescue
If you yell "action" for a living in Hollywood, you have no doubt visited the Beverly Hills Hotel. But if it's "Women of Action" you want, then the Beverly Hills Hotel would once again be your destination. The home of the Polo Lounge welcomed Israel Cancer...
August 30, 2001 | 8:00 pm
Support Israel via Monte Carlo, here in Los Angeles.
That's the gist of next week's casino-themed evening that will officially launch Visions -- The Next Generation, the newly assembled under-40 division of Israel Cancer Research Fund (ICRF).
ICRF is one of many Jewish...
July 26, 2001 | 8:00 pm
Last year Hollywood unleashed woman of action Erin Brockovich, and won the Academy Award for its star, Julia Roberts.
Next month, the Israel Cancer Research Fund (ICRF) will honor the real Brockovich at the Sixth Annual Women of Action 2001 luncheon banquet on Aug. 8. Brockovich's...
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