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Dennis Malloy and Team NJ1015 Shave Their Heads for St. Baldrick’s [Pics, Video]

On Sunday June 10th Dennis Malloy and his team from NJ1015 donated their hair to help St. Baldrick's Foundation, helping kids with cancer.

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Dennis is Shaving His Head Today for St. Baldrick’s

The time has finally come. Dennis Malloy and a few other NJ 101.5 staffers will be shaving their heads this afternoon for St. Baldrick's Foundation.  Today June 10th, at County Line Hardware in Jackson, Dennis will be going bald. This is your last chance to donate to help children with cancer.

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Help Dennis Malloy Raise Money For St. Baldrick’s

A few weeks ago a NJ 101.5 listener called into the Dennis and Judi Show and asked Dennis if he would shave his head for St. Baldrick's.  Not only has Dennis agreed to shave his head, but  a few other NJ 101.5 staffers may also shave their heads for St. Baldrick's. The money raised goes to help fight childhood cancer. Keep reading to find out how you can help.

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Cyberknife Making Strides in Cancer Care in NJ [AUDIO]

Advanced medical technology continues to prolong life for cancer patients. The CyberKnife system has been around for years but is growing in popularity around New Jersey.

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The Cancer Institute of NJ – Comprehensive Care

NJ 101.5's David Matthau interviews Laurie Kirstein, MD, Breast Surgical Oncologist, CINJ and Deborah Toppmeyer, MD, Director, Stacy Goldstein Breast Cancer Center, CINJ about comprehensive care. Visit CINJ's website for more in

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The Cancer Institute of NJ – Clinical Trials

NJ 101.5's David Matthau interviews Susan Goodin, PharmD, FCCP, BCOP - Associate Director for Clinical Trials and Therapeutics for The Cancer Institute of New Jersey about clinical trials. Visit CINJ's website for more information - cinj.org.

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Colon Cancer Screenings Up; Still Detection Is Later [AUDIO]

More New Jerseyans are being screened for colon cancer compared to 10 years ago, 65 percent, and still 57 percent of colorectal cancers in the Garden State are being detected at a later stage.

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Colon Cancer Screenings Up in NJ, Detection is Later

Colon cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in both men and women in New Jersey.  While 65 percent of New Jerseyans over the age of 50 have been screened, 57 percent of colorectal cancers in the Garden State are being detected at a later stage.

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NJ Bone Marrow Drives Continue After Lauren Matta Finds Perfect Match

A perfect bone marrow match was found for Lauren Matta, a 17-year-old senior at Pinelands Regional High School but the need and the push for donors continues.

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Government Panel Favors Some WTC Cancer Claims

A government panel favors expanding an aid program for people sickened by World Trade Center dust to include people who have at least some types of cancer.

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