NEW YORK — When the Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care and Prevention opens its doors to the community of East Harlem today, the designer whose name is on the door will have realized an achievement that surpasses any of the notable campaigns he has spearheaded in the fight against cancer for 15 years.

More than two years after the Polo Ralph Lauren Corp. pledged a $5 million leadership grant to support the development of a center that would meet the needs of a community disproportionately affected by cancer, Lauren saw the completed product on Thursday afternoon, arriving with his family to unveil the center at the corner of East 124th Street and Madison Avenue.

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