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Two-Time Cancer Survivor from Brick Shares Story [SERIES]

In Part IV of our series "Winning the War on Cancer", we hear the story of a 22-year-old woman who has survived cancer not once, but twice.

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Clinical Trial Saves Rumson Girl’s Life [SERIES]

In Part III of our week-long series "Winning the War on Cancer" we see how precision medicine helped save a 9-year-old Rumson girl's life.

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Targeting Cancer, Increasing Survival [SERIES]

This is the second part of a week-long series titled "Winning the War on Cancer." Today we look into precision medicine and how it's playing a role in increasing survival rates.

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World Class Cancer Center Coming to Camden

One of the world’s premier cancer treatment and research facilities is teaming up with a south Jersey hospital to open up a $100 million cancer center in Camden. Officials with MD  Anderson and Cooper University Health Care say the center will be up and running this October. Gov. Chris Christie made the announcement this morning.

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Are We Winning the War on Cancer? [SERIES]

This is Part I of a five-part series titled, "Winning the War on Cancer."  In today's story we ask: Are we winning the war?  Where do we stand in our fight against the disease?

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Zack Sobiech Loses Battle with Cancer but Leaves the World an Amazing Song

Zack Sobiech is an 18 year-old who passed away last Monday after a long battle with cancer. After learning that he had a few months to live, he decided to leave the hospital, be with his family and friends and leave his legacy in the songs he would  write to say goodbye

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Profane Cancer Message Gets Sisters Thrown out of King of Prussia Mall
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Sisters Kicked Out of King of Prussia Mall for ‘F Cancer’ Hats – Was it Right? [POLL]

Three sisters who lost their mother to cancer at the age of 51 were ejected from the King Of Prussia Mall in Pa for wearing hats that said F cancer with the U in the word replaced by the cancer ribbon.

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(Second from Right) Barry H. Ostrowsky, President and Chief Executive
Officer of Barnabas Health, is joined by  (left to right) Frank Mascia,
Executive Vice President of the American Cancer Society; Fred Jacobs,
MD, JD, Former State Commissioner of Health; Connie Greene, Vice
President of the Institute for Prevention for Barnabas Health Behavioral
Health; and Andrea J. Gleason, a Four-time Cancer Survivor treated at
Saint Barnabas Medical Center; following the Kick-Off Event for the
Barnabas Health System-wide volunteer recruitment effort for the Cancer
Prevention Study-3, a historic, nationwide study to help researchers
better understand the genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors that
cause or prevent cancer. (Community Medical Center)
(Second from Right) Barry H. Ostrowsky, President and Chief Executive Officer of Barnabas Health, is joined by (left to right) Frank Mascia, Executive Vice President of the American Cancer Society; Fred Jacobs, MD, JD, Former State Commissioner of Health; Connie Greene, Vice President of the Institute for Prevention for Barnabas Health Behavioral Health; and Andrea J. Gleason, a Four-time Cancer Survivor treated at Saint Barnabas Medical Center; following the Kick-Off Event for the Barnabas Health System-wide volunteer recruitment effort for the Cancer Prevention Study-3, a historic, nationwide study to help researchers better understand the genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors that cause or prevent cancer. (Community Medical Center)
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Barnabas Health Recruits Volunteers for Historic Cancer Study [AUDIO]

Barnabas Health has teamed up with the American Cancer Society (ACS) in recruiting volunteers for a nationwide Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3), which is looking for 300,000 people across the U.S. and Puerto Rico, who are cancer free.

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Striving To Raise Pancreatic Cancer Survival Rates [AUDIO]

A North Jersey group is taking to the fight to raise awareness and survival rates for pancreatic cancer.

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Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation
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New Book About Toms River Cancer Cluster Released [AUDIO]

A 60-year battle to identify the sources of a cancer cluster affecting children in an Ocean County community is now the topic of a new book.

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