Olympic Hall of Famer Dr. Tenley Albright Chairs `Brunch' to Benefit Cancer Research Institute of Fox Chase Cancer Center at U.S. Figure Skating Championships `Exhibition of Champions'

Jan 07, 1998, 00:00 ET from Fox Chase Cancer Center

   WHO:    The first U.S. woman figure skater to win Olympic Gold (1956) (she
             won a silver medal in 1952), Dr. Tenley Albright, physician,
             researcher and cancer surgeon, five times national figure skating
             champion and twice world champion, elected to the Olympic Hall of
             Fame in 1988, will be available for interviews.
    WHAT:   The "Brunch of Champions" held prior to the "Exhibition of
             Champions" will benefit the establishment of the Research
             Institute for Cancer Prevention of Fox Chase Cancer Center.  The
             "Brunch of Champions" is being hosted by Dr. Albright.
    WHEN:   Sunday, January 11, between 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., and between 5
             and 6:30 p.m., following the "Exhibition of Champions."  Brunch
             begins at 11:30 a.m.
            -- Saturday, January 10, interviews at the CoreStates Center can
                be arranged by request.
    WHERE:  CoreStates Center's Victors Club and adjacent prime seating in
             party boxes.
    WHY:    Fox Chase Cancer Center, local sponsor of the "Exhibition of
             Champions," has embarked on a capital campaign to raise
             $38 million for the construction of the Research Institute for
             Cancer Prevention, which will open in January 2000.  Corporate
             sponsors for this event are The West Company, Crown Cork & Seal,
             C.R. Bard, Inc. and HMA Health Plan, who are among the Center's
             "Partners in Prevention."
     CONTACT:  Sandra C. Sbar of Fox Chase Cancer Center, 215-728-4772.

SOURCE Fox Chase Cancer Center