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March 1, 1995

PARIS, France--Dr. Bernard Fisher, Distinguished Service Professor of Surgery, University of Pittsburgh, was presented with the Third Claude Jacquillat Award for Achievement in Clinical Oncology at the Fifth International Congress of Anti-Cancer Chemotherapy.

PARIS, France--Dr. Bernard Fisher, Distinguished Service Professorof Surgery, University of Pittsburgh, was presented with the ThirdClaude Jacquillat Award for Achievement in Clinical Oncology atthe Fifth International Congress of Anti-Cancer Chemotherapy.

Established in 1991 in memory of Claude Jacquillat, a leader inclinical cancer research, this award honors those who have madeoutstanding contributions in the treatment of cancer patients.

'Man of Courage'

The award statement called Dr. Fisher's contributions inspiringand quoted Dr. George Canellos, past president of the AmericanSociety of Clinical Oncol-ogy: "Dr. Fisher will stand tallas a man of courage who, throughout his career, used science tochallenge tradition, as well as a man of dedication who improvedthe lives of women with breast cancer."