Newsmaker: Dr. James M. Rossetti
Notable: Rossetti received the Allegheny County Medical Society's 2013 Physician Volunteer Award. It is given to physicians who donate to clinical, educational or charitable endeavors. Rossetti was nominated by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, an organization for which he has volunteered for many years. He will be honored at a March banquet at a Downtown hotel, which also is a fundraiser for the society's scholarship fund.
Family: Four daughters ranging in age from 8 to 14.
Occupation: Assistant director of cellular therapy at the Allegheny Cancer Institute, West Penn Hospital.
Education: University of Buffalo, 1994; Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1998.
Quote: “Our cancer team believes it is essential to connect with patients in ways beyond that of solely medical needs. Uniting with organizations like the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and their many patient-focused activities is one way in which this desire comes to life. We share with them a common goal of finding cures, helping people live better and being there if the battle is lost.”
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