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Mayors Committee on Life Sciences

Mayors Committee on Life Sciences Patient Courage Award Presented to Ralph Wehmann in Alpine

(L. to r.) Ralph Wehmann, Alpine Mayor Paul Tomasko and Dean Paranicas

Alpine, NJ, November 28, 2017 —The Mayors Committee on Life Sciences on November 20 presented its Patient Courage Award to Alpine resident Ralph Wehmann, in recognition of his strength in the face of adversity and commitment to helping others.

The honor was presented by Dean J. Paranicas, who serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of the HealthCare Institute of New Jersey (HINJ) and a Co-Chair of We Work for Health New Jersey, during the Alpine Mayor and Council meeting.

Mr. Wehmann’s battle with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) began in 2012. It was not his first brush with a life-threatening illness, so it came as no surprise to those that know him that he fought back with the same determination and positive spirit he had demonstrated previously. Continue reading

Mayors Committee on Life Sciences Presents Patient Courage Award to David Dubin in Haworth

(L. to r.) Mayor John Smart, David Dubin and Dean Paranicas

Haworth, NJ, October 27, 2017 — During the Haworth Borough Council meeting on Tuesday night, the Mayors Committee on Life Sciences presented its Patient Courage Award to Haworth resident David Dubin, in recognition of his strength in the face of adversity and commitment to helping others.

The honor was presented by HealthCare Institute of New Jersey (HINJ) President and Chief Executive Officer Dean J. Paranicas, who serves as a Co-Chair of We Work for Health New Jersey.

Mr. Dubin has Lynch syndrome and is a three-time cancer survivor.  Lynch syndrome is caused by a genetic mutation that increases the risk for certain types of cancers.  He was first diagnosed with colon cancer in 1997 but did not undergo genetic testing until the cancer returned in 2007. Continue reading