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Media Spotlight on Roxy Encinitas Benefit for Cancer Care

Note to Patients: The following news is posted for archival purposes only. Scripps is no longer accepting new patients for proton therapy.

Supporting MD Anderson Cancer Center, Seany Foundation

Two mature men and a mature woman enjoy a moment together at the Roxy Encinitas cancer care benefit.

Dan Vrakas, James LaBelle, MD, Scripps Health chief medical officer, Paula Vrakas at Roxy Encinitas.

Supporting MD Anderson Cancer Center, Seany Foundation

The Roxy Encinitas restaurant recently held a benefit for Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center and the Seany Foundation, which supports children with cancer. The event mark the iconic restaurant's grand reopening in downtown Encinitas.


On the eve of the event, Roxy Encinitas owner Paula Vrakas told CBS 8 News on the CW San Diego that she wanted to give back to the community and support cancer care. Her father Dan Vrakas was successfully treated for prostate cancer at the Scripps Proton Therapy Center.


View the coverage on CBS 8 News on the CW San Diego: The Roxy Encinitas to Host Grand Opening Benefit.


View the coverage in the Encinitas Advocate: Roxy Encinitas Restaurant Holds Benefit for Cancer Care.

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