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FLASH!: UPMC CancerCenter opening; Holiday Party at Savoy Restaurant

| Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012, 9:00 p.m.
On Tuesday, a dedication ceremony was held at the new Mario Lemieux Center for Blood Cancers at the Hillman Cancer Center of the UPMC CancerCenter network. The center will provide new patient and long-term-follow-up evaluations for people with blood cancers and complex outpatient treatments for blood cancers. Pictured here are Dr. Stanley Marks, Mario and Nathalie Lemieux, and Dr. Nancy Davidson Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
John Innocenti (left,) and Tom Grealish pose for a photograph at the dedication ceremony for the new Mario Lemieux Center for Blood Cancers at UPMC's Hillman Cancer Center, Tuesday, december 18th, 2012. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
The Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held their annual Holiday Party at Savoy Restaurant on Wednesday. Guests enjoyed dancing to the beat of live salsa music from Noel Quintana and the band Latin Quarter. Pictured are Carmen Malloy, Peoples Gas & PMAHCC Board member, Suazia Davis of People Gas and Anita IbaƱez of United Healthcare. Photo submitted by Jody Doherty
Hope Vaccaro, Talent Acquisition Mgr at ANSYS, Inc., and Carla Leininger, Web Marketing Project Manager at Eaton Corporation. Photo submitted by Jody Doherty

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