Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has completed its five-year fundraising venture with $357 million to put towards a vast range of medical research projects. Cedars-Sinai, where Adam Roseman is a member of the board of governors, is a non-profit organization which delivers patient care, trains new healthcare providers and works to discover new cures and treatments through biomedical research.

The Chairman of “Discovering for Life: The Campaign for Cedars-Sinai” Lawrence B. Platt expressed the organization’s gratitude by explaining that “Reaching the campaign goal took the commitment of the entire community, which was particularly inspiring given the worst recession in generations. We are deeply grateful to our long-term contributors; first-time donors; grateful patients from Los Angeles, the nation, and around the world; physicians; and many others who are part of our extended Cedars-Sinai family.”

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