Falls Man’s Generous Gift Supports New Chemotherapy Oncology Center at NFMMC

Written by Patrick Bradley

September 19, 2019

Vittorio Giardetti, third from left, of Niagara Falls visited Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center on Tuesday to make a $10,000 donation toward the planned $2 million medical oncology center on Memorial’s downtown campus. The new center, which will be designed
and operated as part of the Roswell Park Care Network, will give Niagara County residents
convenient access to the newest therapies and treatment approaches in a bright, new
comfortable setting along with access to Roswell Park’s support services and clinical trials.

On hand to thank Mr. Giardetti for his generosity were, from left, Ankush Chander, M.D., Memorial’s assistant director of medical laboratory services, Jenine Trzewieczynski, major gifts officer at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Memorial Medical
Center President & CEO Joseph A. Ruffolo.

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