Inside The Super-Swank Breast Cancer Charity Event Attended By Paul Tudor Jones, Glenn Dubin, And A Former Miss Sweden

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Last night, hundreds of people filled the Mandarin Oriental in Manhattan’s Columbus Circle for a beautiful star-studded evening benefiting the Dubin Breast centre.Back in 2010, Glenn Dubin, the co-founder of Highbridge Capital Management, and his wife, Eva Andersson-Dubin, an in-house physician at NBC, founded the Dubin Breast centre.

The Dubin Breast centre is a 15,000-square-foot facility at Mount Sinai that uses a comprehensive and patient-centered approach to breast care.  Breast cancer affects one in every eight women.

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This cause is also very personal for Andersson-Dubin, who is a breast cancer survivor.  

“I was diagnosed with breast cancer 10 years ago and that kind of lead me to want to build something for Mount Sinai because I was being treated at Mount Sinai and they didn’t have it and I thought that it was hard for me to go through this, but how about someone who didn’t have the medical background who wasn’t able to coordinate things? It would be very hard.  So I thought Mount Sinai would be the perfect place to do it. It’s a superb hospital,” she told Business Insider in an interview.

The the tall, blonde former Miss Sweden (1980) also told us how it was so touching to see all her friends come out and support this cause.

“It’s very needed that we do philanthropy for a centre like this because if you don’t have the philanthropy we can’t do this excellent care.  It would be adequate care, but not excellent care.  I can only say ‘thank you’ to all these people.”

There were several hedge fund heavyweights at the event including, Paul Tudor Jones II, Julian Robertson and Louis Bacon, just to name a few.  Jones’ daughter Caroline, who is a talented singer, performed and so did Latin pop superstar Thalia.  Celebrities Martha Stewart and Michael J. Fox were also in attendance. 

In case you missed the Dubin Breast centre Second Annual Benefit, we checked out the scene last night and have included several photo highlights in the slides that follow. 

Hundreds of people including some of the biggest names in finance along with some celebrities showed up last night. This is a shot of the cocktail hour in the lobby lounge.

Dr. Kenneth Davis, the CEO of Mount Sinai Medical centre, The Ruttenberg Family and Eva Andersson-Dubin

Eva Andersson-Dubin, ABC News anchor Cynthia McFadden (centre) and Dr. Elisa Port, MD

Singer-songwriter Haley Reinhart strikes a pose with Eva Andersson-Dubin. Reinhart placed third in the tenth season of 'American Idol.'

Andersson-Dubin and Caroline Jones striking a pose on the step-and-repeat.

Glenn Dubin and Paul Tudor Jones II pose for some photos.

Glenn Dubin, Paul Tudor Jones and Sonia Tudor Jones

Music exec Tommy Mattola, Bonnie Davis and Dr. Kenneth Davis, the CEO of Mount Sinai Medical centre

Legendary hedge fund manager Julian Robertson (far right)

Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick and his wife Allison

The Lutnicks posing with Glenn Dubin

Jeff Blau, the CEO of Related Companies, and his wife Lisa

Michael J. Fox

Curtis Schenker (Scoggin Capital Management) and James Dinan (York Capital Management)

Martha Stewart (far right)

Michael J. Fox on the step-and-repeat

Dr. Kenneth Davis, the CEO of Mount Sinai Medical centre, and Dr. Elisa Port, MD, FACS, the Chief of Breast Surgery and Co-Director of the Dubin Breast centre. Dr. Port was honored at the event.

A mother-daughter picture of Sonia Tudor Jones and Caroline Jones

ABC News anchor and correspondent Cynthia McFadden was the host of the evening.

Caroline Jones singing 'Proud Mary.' The crowd was really getting into it.

There's Sonia Tudor Jones, Louis Bacon (Moore Capital Management) and his wife Gabrielle Sacconaghi.

Latin pop superstar Thalia performed 'Hero' (a.k.a the Enrique Iglesias song)

Paul Tudor Jones and his talented daughter Caroline

Glenn Dubin giving remarks during dinner and telling the crowd some amazing anecdotes. Of course, all the fun of the evening was to benefit a much greater cause--raising funds for the Dubin Breast centre.

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