As Barbara Hines describes her art, her longtime support of MD Anderson and her exhibition at Meredith Long & Co. in Houston benefiting the institution’s integrative medicine program, she uses the word “confluence” again and again. There’s the confluence of Hunter Creek and the Roaring Fork River, where the idea for the show was conceived at the Aspen, Colo., home she shares with her husband, Gerald D. Hines.
Jen Lowenstein of Atlanta sits on the board of advisers of the Take Aim at Cancer Research Fund at MD Anderson, (takeaimatcancer.org), established by lung cancer survivor Jeff Wigbels of Atlanta.
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In the Fall 2010 Issue:
- Measuring Value
- A Message from John Mendelsohn
- iPromise: Jen Lowenstein
- The Power of the Third Party
- Young Bakers Discover Sweet Rewards in Giving
- Audubon Country Club Members Show Cancer Patients They Care
- Team Sarcoma Spins Worldwide Impact
- Research Highlights
- Among Friends: Nancy Moncrief
- Survivor's Say: Wayne Bray
- Kiosk Recognize Generous Donors
- Donors Make a Difference
- Ross Perot Commits $20 Million to MD Anderson
- Little Galleria Is a Big Amenity for Families
- Game, Set, Match: MD Anderson Aces the US Open
- Upcoming Events
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