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    A cancer diagnosis, however, often changes the ways in which we communicate with our loved ones. Whether we’re scared, feeling awkward, or don’t know what to say, we are often worried we will say the wrong thing. How we communicate with loved ones, family members, acquaintances or even strangers who are living with cancer, is an important way to show love and support. Supporting someone with cancer requires paying attention to what that individual wants and needs, and knowing what to do and what not to do. click for more

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Eisenhower Celebrated the Naming of Joel M. Hirschberg Center for Internal Medicine on January 10, 2012

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Left to right: G. Aubrey Serfling, Eisenhower Medical Center President and CEO; Robert Rishwain, Chairman, Eisenhower Board of Governors; Joseph Scherger, MD, MPH, Vice President, Primary Care and Academic Affairs; major benefactors Anne and John Marion; Joel Hirschberg, MD; Alvin Shoemaker, Chairman of the Board, Eisenhower Medical Center; major benefactor Helene Galen; and Carmen Puliafito, MD, MBA, Dean, Keck School of Medicine of USC.

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The Spirit of Troy – The USC Trojan Marching Band, performs in the newly named Helene Galen Auditorium, Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower.

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Jim Houston and Harold Matzner, Eisenhower Medical Center trustees.

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Ralphs Check Presentation
On January 26, cancer survivor and Ralphs employee Sherry Kovas (third from right) along with representatives from local Ralphs stores, presented Lilli Mandelik, Director, Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center (left), Pamela Jonesvan der Nagel, Oncology Social Worker (second from right), and Alison Mayer Sachs, Community Outreach Director (right) with a generous donation on behalf of Ralphs’ employees.

Patient Appreciation Event

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Botton: Les Dames Du Soleil female impersonators Dottie and Maude entertained 150 guests who attended Patient Appreciation Night at the Eisenhower Health Center at Sunrise in Palm Springs. Les Dames Du Soleil has raised more than $1 million for HIV/AIDS and other local charities. Top: Eisenhower Primary Care Physicians Dr. Stansell, Dr. Bornfleth and Dr. Heidarian enjoy the show with Martin Massiello, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Ralphs Check Presentation