John Wayne Cancer Institute Auxiliary To Honor Sheri Rosenblum And Jason Jeralds At Annual Membership Luncheon

Tuesday, October 18, 2016 Cancer News J E 4

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The John Wayne Cancer Institute Auxiliary will honor Sheri Rosenblum with the Angel Award and Jason Jeralds with the Public Service Award at its Annual Membership Luncheon and Boutique, Oct. 19, 2016 at the Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills. Boutique vendors will donate a portion of their proceeds to the Institute. Event chairs are Auxiliary board members Marisol Zarco and Katie Lewis

Angel Award honoree Sheri Rosenblum has been a dedicated member of the John Wayne Cancer Institute Auxiliary since 1986. She has held multiple leadership positions on the Auxiliary board and is one of its strongest supporters.

Public Service Award recipient Jason Jeralds has been a longtime friend and supporter of the John Wayne Cancer Institute. As the owner of Tustin Brewing Company in Orange County, Jeralds organizes the annual Tustin Brewery Golf Tournament, now in its 10th year, to raise funds and awareness for cancer research at the Institute.

Since 1981, the family of John Wayne has been committed to pioneering cancer research in memory of their father, who died of cancer. For more than 30 years, the courageous and dedicated researchers at the John Wayne Cancer Institute have made groundbreaking discoveries that have changed the way cancer is detected, diagnosed and treated around the world. Today the tradition of excellence continues as the Institute spearheads new research advances, while training the next generation of leaders in the fight against cancer through its renowned Surgical Oncology Fellowship Program. The Institute's programs focus on melanoma, breast, neuro, prostate and gastrointestinal cancers, as well as innovative research in cancer genomics, molecular biomarkers, and chemo- and immunotherapies. With its unique ability to rapidly turn scientific discoveries into novel approaches for early detection and treatment, the Institute provides immediate hope to cancer patients everywhere. 

Established in 1982 by two breast cancer survivors, the John Wayne Cancer Institute Auxiliary is currently helmed by president Anita Swift, granddaughter of John Wayne. The Auxiliary has raised more than $19 million to fund a wide array of the Institute's priorities including groundbreaking research, vital new laboratory equipment and the nationally renowned Surgical Oncology Fellowship Program, which trains the next generation of surgical oncologists. For more information, please visit 

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