History of Boston North Cancer Association
Boston North Cancer Association, Inc. (formerly Lynn Cancer Association, Inc.) is a non-profit organization that provides North Shore communities with resources for cancer treatment, prevention, care and education. The history of the Association dates back to 1926, when the Education Committee in Lynn was established under the Cancer Control Program enacted by the Massachusetts Legislature. The committee worked diligently to publicize symptoms of cancer, and it was incorporated as a charitable organization in 1944 under the leadership of Carolyn Engler as The Lynn Cancer Association, Inc. As the result of continued growth and to better reflect its commitment to serving all of the communities located within the North Shore of Massachusetts, the Association was officially renamed the Boston North Cancer Association, Inc. in 2011.
Boston North Cancer Association Board of Directors
Susan McCarthy, President | Kevin S. McCarthy, Esq., Vice President | Vincent Leach, Recording Secretary | Diane Solimine Edgett, Treasurer
Donna Barrett, RN; Adria Duijvesteijn; Dianna Fisher, RN; Marion Garfinkel, RN; Teri Hall; Laurie Hamill; Michael Hope; Joan Mahoney, RN; Carmela Mancini, DO; Joseph Majchrzak; Barbara Bargoot Sarno; David J. Solimine Sr.; Dan St. John, Kendra St. John; Lisa Whelan, RN; Janel Woodhouse; and John Woodward.
Herbert H. Leventhal, MD