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Rendina Family Foundation Renews Commitment to Scripps

There has been little progress in recent decades in finding new effective treatments for primary brain cancers such as glioblastoma (GBM). Thus, development of improved therapeutics for the treatment of GBM are desperately needed. Findings from a new study led by the Duckett lab on the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) suggest a novel and exciting therapeutic …

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The Rendina Family Foundation Hosts “Brain Cancer: Novel Therapies Fighting Back”

Dr. Derek Duckett, a top cancer researcher at the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute, presented a talk entitled, “Brain Cancer: Novel Therapies Fighting Back” on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at The Club at Admiral’s Cove in Jupiter, Florida. The event was hosted by The Rendina Family Foundation and co-sponsored by Genentech and Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure and allowed …

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Rendina Family Raises the BAR

Palm Beach Society Lynn Mozena More than $140,000 was raised at the Rendina Family Foundation’s fifth annual “Raising the BAR” event at The Breakers. Guests were delighted by Friday evening’s reception, sponsored by Saydina, LLC. The room was abuzz as attendees enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, live entertainment, a raffle and a live auction. During the reception, Derek Duckett, Ph.D from …

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Rendina Family Foundation Hosts Annual Golf Tourney At The Breakers

The Town-Crier The Rendina Family Foundation hosted the fifth annual “Raising the B.A.R.” Bruce A. Rendina Memorial Golf Tournament on Friday, March 4 and Saturday March 5 at the Breakers. Friday evening’s Welcome Reception, sponsored by Saydina LLC, kicked off the event. From 7 to 9 p.m. guests enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, live entertainment, a raffle and live auction. During …

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The Rendina Family Foundation Gives $150,000 to Scripps Florida Scientist

The Palm Beach Post by Stacy Singer A scientist at Scripps Florida who is working to develop a drug against aggressive brain cancer has been awarded $150,000 from the Rendina Family Foundation, in memory of real estate developer Bruce Rendina, who died in 2006. The two-year grant will enable Derek Duckett, an associate scientific director with the Translational Research Institute …

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