Wed, Oct. 21,
“Good Health starts in Your Head”, Author Marisa Acocella Marchetto & Dr. Paula Klein, TriBeCa Book Launch / Benefit


Wednesday, October 21st at 6:30pm

Join Author Marisa Acocella Marchetto
for a TriBeCa book launch and signing of the New York Times Best Selling Graphic Novel ‘ANN TENNA’… As she, Dr. Paula Klein and Chef Bouley explore the science of health benefits through food, humor and consciousness.

‘Good Health starts in Your Head’

Dr. Paula Klein 
Co-Director of Breast Cancer Clinical Trials, Mount Sinai Health System

Proceeds donated to TriBeCa Native in support of the Marisa Acocella Marchetto Foundation (Empowering uninsured women with breast cancer) at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Dubin Breast Center at Mount Sinai.

$197 includes Tax & Gratuity

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About the Chef & Author Book Launch / Benefit:
Each event begins at 6:30pm with a reception featuring passed canapés and a specialty health tonic cocktail. Guests will have the opportunity to mingle in the company of the guest author and doctor. Chef Bouley will then prepare a multi course menu with wine pairing featuring products and ingredients to address the topic of the evening. The author and doctor will present during the event and be available for all questions and answers. There will be a silent auction at which participants will have a chance to make a donation beyond the ticket price of the event.

About Marisa Acocella Marchetto: 
Marisa Acocella Marchetto is a cartoonist for The New Yorker whose work has appeared in The New York Times; Glamour; and O, The Oprah Magazine, among other publications. She is the author of the groundbreaking graphic memoir Cancer Vixen, published by Knopf in 2006 and by Pantheon in paperback in 2009. Cancer Vixen was named one of Time Magazine’s top ten graphic memoirs and was a finalist for the National Cartoonists Society Graphic Novel of the Year. Her most recent book is The New York Times Best Selling graphic novel Ann Tenna, published by Knopf in September of this year. Marchetto is the founder and chair of the Marisa Acocella Marchetto Foundation at Mt. Sinai Beth Israel Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Dubin Breast Center at Mt Sinai. She lives in New York City. TriBeCa Native is a 501(c)3 non-profit that holds events, finds and funds community programs that change lives. Proceeds from the event benefit the Marisa Acocella Marchetto Foundation.

The Marisa Acocella Marchetto Foundation’s mission is to EMPOWER uninsured and under insured women with breast cancer and breast cancer survivors to receive the best possible care for the best possible outcome without being concerned about the financial ramifications. We help fund services from screenings to holistic care to new methods of empowerment. The Foundation was previously called “The Cancer Vixen Fund” and continues to raise awareness under that name.

Marisa Acocella Marchetto FoundationTonight’s event is hosted in tandem by Bouley and TriBeCa Native. The not for profit TriBeCa Native, founded by Nicole Bartelme serves as a fundraising arm for other organizations by developing and coordinating events. The hope is to develop experiences that over time inspire a group or body that patronizes, supports, or offers continued representation cultivating a grass-roots constituency for annual program support. “Our goal is to take an individual’s needs to a new level that affect and reach beyond the community.”

Marchetto’s novels provides restorative justice to the healing approach /process. Sharing her story with transparency is what inspires and leads others to real transformation”.

Dr. Paula Klein:
One hundred percent (100%) of my clinical practice is devoted to medical oncology care for breast cancer patients from all parts of the Tri-State area. It includes both male and female patients as well as all stages of breast cancer from DCIS through advanced disease, where my particular interest lies. It includes chemoprevention strategies for many who have not been diagnosed with invasive disease but are at high risk making them appropriate for prevention. I see many premenopausal patients as well as the more common postmenopausal patients hoping to offer almost every patient an opportunity to enroll in a clinical trial, either with a new therapy (targeting patient’s unique tumor type and biology) or a new drug or drug combinations including biologics. I also encourage participation in integrative medicine such as YOGA to relax early stage breast cancer patients receiving adjuvant chemotherapy as well acupuncture for treatment related toxicities such as neuropathy and anxiety.

I am proud to serve as the Chief Medical Officer of the Marisa Acocella Marchetto Foundation, a foundation dedicated to EMPOWER uninsured and under insured women with breast cancer and breast cancer survivors to receive the best possible care without being concerned about the financial ramifications. Services from screenings to holistic care to the newest methods of empowerment are funded.

I am currently serving as the President of the New York Metropolitan Breast Cancer Group, a multidisciplinary group of all relevant specialties, including radiology, surgical oncology, medical oncology and radiation oncology dedicated to an exchange of ideas through education and cooperation focused on the treatment of breast cancer patients in the New York Metropolitan area. We are a medical society that shares a common interest in promoting and improving the quality of breast cancer care

I serve on the Breast Disease Management Team at Mount Sinai developing standards of care and clinical pathways across the system to ensure evidence based practice with attention to quality of life for all patients diagnosed with breast cancer and treated anywhere in the health system.

I also serve on the Breast Disease Focus Group to bring forward new clinical trials, industry sponsored as well as cooperative group and investigator initiated, to enhance the care of our breast cancer patients and serve to move the field as forward as we can.

Most recently Dr. Paula Klein wasAwarded 2015 – 2013 in Best Doctors – New York Magazine and received the RUBYFRUIT recognition of outstanding work and dedication in BREAST ONCOLOGY in2000 and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Commander’s Certificate of Appreciation in 1998. She was part of the Amgen Oncology Fellowship Program at New York University Medical Center in1985 and Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. Dr. Klein has contributed to numerous publications including: Clinical Cancer Research, Clinical Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, Investigational New Drugs and the Journal of Clinical Oncology and a multitude of transformative case studies.


TriBeCa Native Supports: TriBeCa Native, Inc. was founded in 2003. It’s mission as a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization is to strive for innovative ways to improve the quality of life through our event and program initiatives. Contributions go to organizations that foster societal or environmental changes by addressing the root cause of problems in the community rather than groups that try and addresse the consequence of problems. Our goal is to take an individuals need’s to a new level that affect and reach beyond the community.

Proceeds of tonight’s event are ear marked for the continued funding of The Marisa Acocella Marchetto Foundation.

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