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Tag Archives: Cancer Care

New approach

Woman diagnosed with cancer wearing a fashionable hair cap

Valley Health System has been invited to participate in a nationwide pilot project designed to increase racial and ethnic diversity in cancer clinical trial participants.

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Cool technology

Health care, medicine and breast cancer concept

Patients in Central New Jersey with early-stage breast cancer may benefit from accessing a treatment that does not require traditional invasive surgery: Cryoablation uses a small needle and the cooling power of liquid nitrogen to freeze and destroy tumors.

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Early detection

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At the beginning of October, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey at University Hospital in Newark held its fifth annual See, Test & Treat event where members of the community could receive free screenings for several types of cancer all in one day.

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Comprehensive care

The Jack & Sheryl Morris Cancer Center in New Brunswick will have the capacity to offer wellness and education resources all in one location. - RUTGERS CANCER INSTITUTE OF NEW JERSEY

The 12-story, 510,000-square-foot Jack & Sheryl Morris Cancer Center in New Brunswick will be a state-of-the-art facility featuring outpatient and inpatient capacity coupled with research laboratories, retail space and ancillary services devoted to patient wellness.

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OPINION: Closer to home

Smiling woman with cancer hugging mother, hope and togetherness, remission

Together Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and RWJBarnabas Health continue to expand exceptional cancer care and research with the recent groundbreaking of the 510,000-square-foot, 12-floor Jack and Sheryl Morris Cancer Center, the state’s first freestanding cancer hospital. By, Dr. Steven K. Libutti.

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New hope

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Breast cancer is a devastating diagnosis, and for women can strike at their identity as well as their health. But ongoing advances – in traditional and other treatments – have resulted in better outcomes and reduced trauma.

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