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By Matt Spielman

ELLICOTTVILLE – When Peter Morgante three-putted No. 17 on Saturday afternoon during the final round of the 45th annual Italian-American Charity Golf Tournament, he thought he lost a chance at victory for he and his partner Jon Gren Jr.

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Team Shoots 9-Under 61 In Opening Round At Holiday Valley

By Scott Kindberg

ELLICOTTVILLE – Twelve teams are within four shots of the overall lead following the opening round of the 45th annual Italian-American Charity Golf Tournament at Holiday Valley Resort on Thursday.

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By The Post-Journal

The Italian American (IA) Charity Golf Association recently presented WCA Hospital with a $50,000 check, proceeds from their 2014 golf tournament and other fundraising activities. This was the second installment of the IA’s three-year, $150,000 pledge to enhance local cancer care at WCA Hospital through the purchase of a Fluoroscopic C-Arm.

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By The Post-Journal

The Italian American Charity Golf Association recently presented WCA Hospital with a $50,000 check, proceeds from their 2013 golf tournament and other fundraising activities. This was the final installment of the IA’s three-year, $150,000 pledge to enhance local cancer care at WCA Hospital through the purchase of a Fluoroscopic C-Arm.

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By The Post-Journal

WCA Hospital is excited to announce the acquisition of new state-of-the-art technology, The iLogic System from superDimension that uses an Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy (ENB) system. The new echnology offers patients a minimally invasive option to locate, enable biopsy, and plan treatment for a lesion detected deep in the lung and aids in the earlier detection of lung disease and lung cancer when it is often easier to treat, has a higher survival rate, and potentially offers patient more treatment options.

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By The Post-Journal

The Italian American Charity Golf Association recently presented WCA Hospital with a $50,000 check, proceeds from their 2012 golf tournament and other fundraising activities. This was the final installment of the IA’s three-year, $150,000 pledge to enhance local cancer care at WCA Hospital through the purchase of a minimally invasive lung navigation system which will result in earlier diagnosis and treatment options for lung cancer patients.

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