Blank Family Foundation Donates $1M to Mount Sinai for Prostate Cancer Research

Blank Family Foundation Donates $1M to Mount Sinai for Prostate Cancer Research
The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation has given $1 million to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai's urology department to support research into prostate cancer. Together with an earlier foundation gift of $500,000, the money will support the New York school's Prostate Cancer Program, whose mission is to foster the development of new immunotherapies and personalized vaccines for treating prostate cancer. “The work being done by Mount Sinai has forever changed the course of research and medicine,” Arthur Blank, chairman of the foundation and a board member of Mount Sinai's urology department, said in a press release. “I feel beyond fortunate to have been one of the lives saved because of their work and will continue to be a champion for their efforts,” said Blank, who is the owner of the Atlanta Falcons football team and Atlanta United soccer club. Mount Sinai's prostate cancer research team is committed to ambitious goals. The investigators want to cut in half the time needed for new therapies to get to the market, which normally takes 10 years plus a $1 billion investment. Their
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