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The Horn Wright, LLP Sponsored the Second Annual MediSYS Gala

The Horn Wright, LLP is proud to announce that we recently sponsored the second annual MediSYS Gala. This year, Attorney Russell Friedman, Attorney Alexander Mun, and Attorney Charles Horn attended the event. We are happy to say that this is our second year sponsoring the MediSYS Gala, and we look forward to many more years of sponsoring it.

This important event benefits the MediSYS cancer program that supports cancer care and research, as well as providing high-quality oncology services to Queens residents. It was created in collaboration with the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and the MediSYS cancer program and Health Network involves the Jamaica Hospital Medical Center and Flushing Hospital Medical Center. The goal of this program is to both provide much-needed oncological care to people now and strengthen a medical foundation that will benefit the communities of Queens far into the future.

At The Horn Wright, LLP, we are most passionate about two things: representing the wrongfully injured and supporting our communities. By sponsoring the MediSYS Gala, we get to share our love of community support, and we hope to spread awareness of cancer care for underserved communities.

If you want to help support MediSYS and its cancer program that helps the people of Queens, too, please click here to visit the official Jamaica Hospital Medical Center website; you can make financial donations to support the program while there. If you would like to help in other ways, please share this blog entry with your friends and family—spreading awareness does more good than you might think!

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