The RMB Aubry Motherhood Fund was established at the Upstate Foundation by Richard H. Aubry, MD, MPH, prior to his untimely death in October 2014. The purpose of the fund is to aid those who strive to help disadvantaged and high-risk mothers achieve successful outcomes of pregnancy, childbirth and parenting. For 50 years, Dr. Aubry carried out this important public health mission in Central New York, becoming a nationally known leader in his field. To contribute, donate online, or for more information, call 315-464-4416.



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Upstate’s first donor kidney chain is celebrated
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Cancer survivor develops career in cancer research at Upstate
Diagnosed with cancer at 17, Lucchesi now looks for cures for cancer as a pharmacology grad student at Upstate.

Spencer Wallace, 91, donates historical items to Joslin Diabetes Center
Donated items include a 1936 newspaper article announcing the first intermediate-acting insulin; a 1948 Joslin Diabetes Manual; a Glucagon kit from 1967; an old autoinjector and sterilizer unit for glass syringes.

College of Nursing degree programs, post-graduate certificate earn 10-year accreditation
The accreditation by the CCNE contributes to the improvement of the public’s health by ensuring the quality and integrity of baccalaureate, graduate and residency programs in nursing.

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