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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
Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation (NPR Books)
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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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Assembly Budget Boss Has Questions And Wants Answers [AUDIO]

The annual budget break for the legislature is upon us, but Assembly Budget Committee chairman, Vinnie Prieto has plenty of questions for cabinet commissioners in the Christie Administration, who will be coming before him to testify over the next several months.

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Governor Christie’s Budget Includes Cancer Research Cut? [AUDIO]

Cancer is a horrific disease that touches almost everyone in one way or another whether they've lost a loved one or are suffering with the disease personally. You might find it surprising that a close look at Governor Chris Christie's budget plan reveals a proposal to slash funding for cancer research.

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March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month [AUDIO]

Colon cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in the national and 143,000 new cases are expected to be diagnosed this year, including 4,600 in New Jersey.

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Cancer Death Rate Still Inching Down, Report Shows

Researchers say death rates from cancer are continuing to inch down.

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NJ Congressman’s Cancer Research Bill Now Law

Congressman Leonard Lance announced that President Barack Obama has signed into law Lance's cancer research bill to coordinate research for cancers that have the lowest survival rates.

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Oyster Creek Sirens Tested Today
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Nuclear Regulators Will Fund Cancer Research Study [AUDIO]

Could there be a connection between cancer rates and nuclear power plants?

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