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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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Why Are Cancer Rates Higher In South Jersey Than North Jersey? [AUDIO]

North Jerseyans are less likely to get cancer than their neighbors to the south.

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South Jerseyans More Likely To Get Cancer Than Their Neighbors To The North

A first-ever report from the American Cancer Society details the toll that cancer takes on the residents of New Jersey, county by county. ‘The Cancer Burden in New Jersey’ shows the difference in cancer rates in South Jersey vs. North Jersey.

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Former “Saturday Night Live” Writer Tom Davis Dies

A writer who with Al Franken helped develop some of the most popular skits in the early years of "Saturday Night Live" has died in New York. Tom Davis was 59.

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Hugs For Brady Foundation Supports Childhood Cancer In Any Way Possible [AUDIO]

Parents Michael and Sherry Wells were dealt a parent's worst hand, just a short time into the life of their son.

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A Historic Cancer Study Coming To The Jersey Shore [AUDIO]

A historic cancer research study is taking place at one New Jersey Hospital and officials say it could help provide treatment methods for the future and have an amazing impact on future generations.

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