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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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Cancer Risks Studied Near Seven U.S. Nuclear Sites

Federal regulators say a pilot study of cancer risks posed to residents near seven nuclear power sites in the United States will update 22-year-old data, but an industry group says the study won't come up with anything new.

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Frances Foundation Hosting Another Gala for Kids Fighting Cancer

On Saturday October 20th, The Frances Foundation for Kids Fighting Cancer hosts its eighth annual Dinner Dance Gala.

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More Proof Indoor Tanning Causes Cancer [AUDIO]

New Jersey's melanoma rate has increased 43 percent in a 10 year period and indoor tanning is a major factor fueling that increase, according to the American Cancer Society's Cancer Action Network.

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Landmark Cancer Study Underway Nationwide [AUDIO]

Could there be a way to stop cancer once and for all? What if we could pinpoint the exact causes and do whatever we can to prevent it?

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The Cancer Institute of NJ – Cancer Research & Treatment

NJ 101.5's David Matthau interviews Robert DiPaola, MD, Director, CINJ about cancer research and treatment. Visit CINJ's website for more information - cinj.org.

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Delran Woman Charged in Phony Cancer Fundraising Scheme

A Delran woman has been arrested for allegedly soliciting and accepting charitable contributions while falsely claiming to be undergoing cancer treatments.

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Cancer Overtakes Heart Disease Among U.S. Hispanics

Cancer has overtaken heart disease as the No. 1 killer among Hispanics in the U.S., and the rest of the country may be only a few years behind.

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Study: NJ Legislators Can Improve Efforts To Combat Cancer [AUDIO]

How does New Jersey measure on its policies to prevent and fight cancer? A new study by the American Cancer Society finds the state gets mixed reviews.

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NJ Gets Mixed Reviews On Policies To Fight Cancer

New Jersey receives a mixed review for its legislative work to combat cancer, according to a new report by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network .

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