Thursday, October 22, 2009

Jackson community gets behind boy, 9, who has cancer


JACKSON — A big crowd is expected at the Elms Elementary School gymnasium Friday to watch a basketball doubleheader. Faculties from three schools in the district as well as a team of police and fire department members will be battling it out on the court.

But the star of the night will be a fourth-grade pupil of the host school.

The games are being held to benefit 9-year-old Chase Olsen, who has spent most of the school year traveling back and forth to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for intensive cancer treatments.

READ ARTICLE: Jackson community gets behind boy, 9, who has cancer

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Follow @drewfromtv on Twitter - your follow represents $1

Great and very easy way for you to help donate to the LAF without you spending a dime. Start a twitter( account and follow @drewfromtv (Drew Carey)

Each follower will represent $1 and he will donate $1Million to The Lance Armstrong Foundation (LIVESTRONG) if we get his followers up to 1Million by Dec 31 2009. Currently at $102K!

Come on and start an account. Remember this cost nothing, takes all of 1-2 minutes of your time and gives a donation to the LAF. Please share this with your family and friends.


Friday, September 18, 2009

Media Advisory “Cocktails for a Cause” LIVESTRONG Day Event

For Immediate Release
September 18, 2009

For more information:
Lori Ditzel
“Cocktails for a Cause”
Ocean County Resident Holds Local Event to Benefit The
Cancer Institute of New Jersey Foundation and The Lance Armstrong Foundation
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ – On Friday night, October 2, Lori Ditzel will hold “Cocktails for a Cause” LIVESTRONG Day event at The Beach Bar in Seaside Heights, NJ. LIVESTRONG Day is the Lance Armstrong Foundation's one-day initiative to unite people affected by cancer in raising awareness of cancer issues in communities across the country. This year’s event, all money raised will be donated to The Cancer Institute of New Jersey Foundation and the Lance Armstrong Foundation.

“We encourage everyone to WEAR-YELLOW. If you already have a LIVESTRONG t-shirt wear it, if you do not have LIVESTRONG t-shirt and would like to purchase one or more please visit or you can always just WEAR YELLOW. Any yellow shirt will work,” said Lori Ditzel, event organizer.

The event will start at 5:00 p.m. at The Beach Bar, located at 28 Boardwalk Seaside Heights, NJ 08751. The event will have free admission, free food, specials on drinks, auction items, 50/50 and Door Prizes. There will be a remembrance wall to sign and honor those fighting cancer or in memory of someone you have lost to cancer and will also create a giant yellow chain around the bar. Those who attend are encouraged to make a donation to benefit the Cancer Institute of New Jersey Foundation and the Lance Armstrong Foundation.

“Cancer has affected my family. My father, a nonsmoker, has had Non-Hodgkin lymphoma for 23 yrs and has recently been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. It’s hard to just sit by and just watch. I felt I needed to do something. This is my something. While I couldn't take a treatment for my father or fight his disease for him I can still fight cancer by raising awareness to this terrible disease,” said Ditzel. “LIVESTRONG Day is the perfect platform to raise awareness, to show people who are fighting cancer that you care, and to fight for a change in health care.”

Over 1000 local LIVESTRONG Day events will be held in communities across the country to celebrate and support cancer survivors and their loved ones. To learn more about LIVESTRONG Day, visit

“I am proud to be raising funds and awareness for the Cancer Institute of New Jersey Foundation and the Lance Armstrong Foundation,” Ditzel said.

About the Cancer Institute of New Jersey Foundation
The Cancer Institute of New Jersey Foundation, a non-profit organization, raises funds that are vital to advancing the research, treatment, education and prevention programs of The Cancer Institute of New Jersey. All fundraising is conducted to build enduring partnerships and create goodwill while adhering to the highest ethical and professional standards. To learn more about The Cancer Institute of New Jersey Foundation

About the Lance Armstrong Foundation
The Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF) unites people to fight cancer. The LAF believes that unity is strength, knowledge is power and attitude is everything. The LAF provides the practical information and tools people battling cancer need to live life on their own terms. The LAF also takes aim at the gaps between what is known and what is done to prevent death and suffering due to cancer. We engage with and advocate for the public at large to pursue an agenda focused on prevention, ensuring access to screening and care, investment in research, and improving the quality of life for people affected by cancer. Founded in 1997 by cancer survivor and champion cyclist Lance Armstrong, the LAF is located in Austin, Texas. To learn more about the Lance Armstrong Foundation, visit

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Friday, September 11, 2009

Dog Walk for Cancer coming to Ocean County Park Sept. 13

The 6th Annual Dog Walk for Cancer will be held at Ocean County Park on Route 88 in Lakewood on Sunday, September 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The event will feature a gift auction, agility lessons, face painting, dog kissing booth, pet portraits, magician, animal communicator, and a Frisbee dog demonstration. Canine contests will be held for the best dressed, best trick, smallest dog, largest dog, hairiest dog, best wag and best kisser, to name a few.

This year, Elwood, winner of the 2007 World's Ugliest Dog Contest will make and appearance at the Dog Walk and will be available to serve as “best man” at the canine wedding chapel.
Scara's Italian Ice in Point Pleasant has donated an autographed baseball signed by Yankee Derek Jeter which will be raffled off at the walk.

There is a minimum donation of $15 to participate. There will be prizes and giveaways with all donations. The participant with the highest pledges will win a special prize. All proceeds benefit the J. Phillip Citta Regional Cancer Center at Community Medical Center and local therapy dog organizations that certify pet therapy dogs. Community Medical Center's oncology patients receive daily visits from trained pet therapy dogs who contribute to the healing atmosphere, ease loneliness and bolster self-esteem.

The Dog Walk is not a race, but an event to symbolize concern for the cause of cancer and the benefit of pet therapy. To participate, dogs must be leashed at all times, up to date on vaccinations and handled by an adult.

To learn more about or to participate in the Dog Walk for Cancer, contact Tracie Barberi-Matthews at 732-831-0203, Renee Shriver at 732-673-1848 or e-mail

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Help Support the Fight Against Cancer at "Cocktails for A Cause" benefiting the Cancer Institute of New Jersey and the Lance Armstrong Foundation

"Cocktails for A Cause"

All proceeds will go to the Cancer Institute of New Jersey & the Lance Armstrong Foundation


AT THIS EVENT: We will have FREE food and SPECIALS on drinks, A remembrance wall to sign to honor those fighting cancer or in memory of someone you lost to cancer, Bracelet links to create a GIANT yellow chain around the bar, LIVESTRONG wristbands will be given to all who make a donation, 50/50 and Door Prizes.

WHAT TO WEAR: WEAR YELLOW! If you already have LIVESTRONG t-shirts wear it, if you do not have LIVESTRONG t-shirt and would like to purchase one or more please visit or you can always just WEAR YELLOW - ANY yellow shirt will work.
Please click on the flyer

WHY: LIVESTRONG Day is the Lance Armstrong Foundation's one-day initiative to unite people affected by cancer in raising awareness of cancer issues on a global level and in communities across the country. We have all been affected by cancer. Let's stand up together and make a difference!

WHEN: LIVESTRONG Day is October 2, 2009 - 5:00PM-9:00PM

WHERE: The Beach Bar is located at 28 Boardwalk Seaside Heights, NJ 08751

CONTACT: For more information, contact Lori at

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

"Spokes for Hope"

Check out what our friend and LIVESTRONG Army Northern NJ leader Ken Youner has going on. It is called "Spokes for Hope" ride.


Check out the website for more information.

Saturday, August 29, 2009


I just finished the first draft of the Cancer Institiute of New Jersey (CINJ) Survivor Advisory Board's LIVESTRONG DAY 2009 PROCLAMATION which we plan on submitting to Governor Corzine to make October 2, 2009 offically LIVESTRONG Day in the state of New Jersey. I used our friends from LIVESTRONG Army NH Seacoast proclamation from last years LIVESTRONG Day as our template.

On Tuesday I will attend the CINJ Survivor Advisory Board's meeting and will work with the other survivors on the Advisory Board to make enhancements with hopes of getting CINJ to back the effort and help us to get the Governor to sign the proclamation. This will not be an easy task, but we will give it all we got!

Did you know this about cancer in NJ? According to the New Jersey Department of Health and Human Services, cancer is the leading cause of death in New Jersey for all age groups between ages 25 and 85. The ACS states in 2009 New Jersey will have the ninth highest overall cancer incidence rate (42,920 total) among the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

We have so much to do. We have to take action now!


Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Imerman Angels has a Blog!

Check out the blog by Imerman Angels. IA is a one-of-a-kind organization.

Imerman Angels is a federally registered 501(c )(3) not-for-profit organization providing one-on-one cancer support: connecting cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers. Imerman Angels partners a person fighting cancer with someone who has beaten the same type of cancer. One-on-one relationships give a fighter the chance to ask personal questions and get support from someone who is uniquely familiar with their experience.

The service is absolutely free and helps anyone touched by any type of cancer, at any cancer stage level, at any age, living anywhere in the world.

Their MISSION STATEMENT: Beginning January 1, 2013, every cancer fighter in the United States will have free access to a cancer survivor within 24 hours of being diagnosed.

LIVESTRONG Day Event in Ocean County NJ "Cocktails for A Cause"

EVENT: LIVESTRONG Day Event in Ocean County "Cocktails for A Cause." We will have FREE food, SPECIALS on drinks, a remembrance wall to sign to honor those fighting cancer or in memory of someone you lost to cancer, bracelet links to create a GIANT yellow chain around the bar. LIVESTRONG wristbands to everyone that makes a donation. More to come soon!

WHAT TO WEAR: WEAR YELLOW! If you already have LIVESTRONG t-shirts wear it, if you do not have LIVESTRONG t-shirt and would like to purchase one or more please visit or you can always just WEAR YELLOW - ANY yellow shirt will work.

WHY: LIVESTRONG Day is the Lance Armstrong Foundation's one-day initiative to unite people affected by cancer in raising awareness of cancer issues on a global level and in communities across the country. We have all been affected by cancer. Let's stand up together and make a difference!

WHEN: LIVESTRONG Day is October 2, 2009

WHERE: The Beach Bar is located at 28 Boardwalk Seaside Heights, NJ 08751

CONTACT: For more information, contact Lori at


Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Friday, August 14, 2009

Toms River man will ride 100 miles to fight cancer

Asbury Park Press Article: Toms River man will ride 100 miles to fight cancer

TOMS RIVER — Jeff Mangold's reason for riding in the 100-mile Livestrong bike challenge in Philadelphia is simple.

"Everyone knows someone who has battled cancer. The disease has touched everyone in some way," said the 46-year-old surfing and cycling enthusiast, who is a guidance counselor at Central Regional High School in Berkeley.

Mangold, in fact, has been touched more than once by the loss of a someone close from cancer.

His neighbor of eight years and friend, Jim Hyland, died from skin cancer at age 42 in August 2008, and his mother-in-law, Delores Lipay, of Manchester, died from cancer at age 65 in November.

But Mangold also is participating in remembrance of Central Regional faculty members who succumbed to the disease, including Trish Harsche, Jill Applegate, Judy Lametta and Maureen Kerr.

To read the full article please click HERE.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Imerman Angels

Imerman Angels One-on-One Cancer Support: Connecting cancer fighters, survivors & caregivers.

Imerman Angels connects a person fighting cancer today ("cancer fighter") with someone who has beaten the same type of cancer ("cancer survivor"). The relationship provides a fighter the opportunity to ask personal questions and receive encouragement from someone who is uniquely familiar with the situation. The relationship provides a survivor the opportunity to personally help a fighter as he or she battles the disease.

In addition, Imerman Angels also connects “caregivers.” A caregiver is a friend or family member who is supporting a cancer fighter. Like fighters and survivors, they wish to be paired up with another caregiver who relates to and understands their situation. For instance, we have introduced the mother of a three-year-old cancer fighter to the mother of a four-year-old cancer survivor.

Please visit their website to find out more about them.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Armstrong announces new team for next year's Tour de France

(APP.COM)ANNECY, FRANCE — Lance Armstrong and RadioShack are forming a new cycling team that will compete in next year's Tour de France.

The seven-time Tour winner, who returned to cycling after 3-1/2 years of retirement, also said Thursday he expects to take part in running and triathlon events for Team RadioShack beginning in 2010.

"RadioShack has agreed to partner with us on this venture and ensure that this partnership and this team stays alive for years to come, continues to be at the head of the peloton," Armstrong said in a video on his Livestrong Web site.

The 37-year-old Texan is riding this year's Tour with the Kazakh-funded Astana team. He was in third place overall after Thursday's time trial, 5 minutes and 25 seconds behind teammate Alberto Contador.

"It's a huge opportunity for us as an organization and as a cancer survivor. It's pretty mega," Armstrong added after the stage in Annecy.

In a statement released by RadioShack, Armstrong said he has had "a great season so far" but is hoping for an even better one next year.

"To be able to compete for an American team comprised of the world's top cyclists, supported by the best coaches and staff — I couldn't be happier," he said.

Armstrong did not indicate who else might join Team RadioShack, but he's expected to build a squad fully devoted to his ambitions. Armstrong has spent much of this year's race in support of Contador, who is expected to join another team next season.

"I heard that Lance was launching a new structure," Contador said. "But I just want to concentrate on winning the Tour and we will see afterwards."

Garmin-Slipstream's American manager Jonathan Vaughters, a former Armstrong teammate, said that none of his riders will join the new RadioShack team.

"All our riders but one will be under contract next year," Vaughters said. "That rider is faithful to the team."

Armstrong also did not say whether his longtime friend Johan Bruyneel, Astana's current manager, would join his new team. Bruyneel was with Armstrong for each of his Tour victories.

Armstrong said RadioShack will help his Livestrong Foundation in its fight against cancer. He said the electronics chain, with about 35,000 employees in nearly 6,000 stores, can provide the resources to field a team that can compete in the world's premier cycling race.

We have an incredible opportunity to leverage RadioShack's connection to tens of millions of people to spread the Livestrong message," Armstrong said. "Also, in cycling, the technology we use on our bikes matters — it allows us to compete at the highest level. It's important to me to partner with a brand that understands the role technology plays in people's lives."

Cycling's governing body president Pat McQuaid welcomed the creation of the new team.
"It's excellent news because it is a new American team, and it's a new sponsor coming into the sport," McQuaid said by phone. "It's definitely good for cycling and for the development of the sport in America. Look at what Armstrong has brought to the Tour de France this year. He's bringing the fame again to the sport of cycling next year, that's a good thing."

Astana has struggled with financial problems this year. In May, the International Cycling Union threatened to withdraw Astana's racing license after riders went unpaid for two months.

Armstrong is riding for free this season, but joined teammates in a protest at the Giro d'Italia when they wore jerseys with the sponsor's name faded out.

McQuaid couldn't say whether the RadioShack team would be granted the UCI Pro Tour licence, which is given to 20 teams and allows them automatic entry into the most prestigious races.

"I know that they've had their application in on time, which is last Monday," McQuaid said. "It then goes through a process of evaluation and eventually the license commission takes a decision based on a variety of criteria. I don't involve myself in all that."

RadioShack, headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, said it will also sponsor the Livestrong Foundation's signature fundraiser, a 5K run/walk and cycling ride held in four cities throughout the United States.

"We know that cancer research and survivorship is near to the hearts of many of our associates and customers, and together with Lance and his foundation, we have the power to make a meaningful difference," RadioShack CEO Julian Day said.

Armstrong said other sponsors and partners will likely join his new team.

"The usual suspects will be Nike, Trek, maybe a couple others we are working on," he said.

Ocean County Cancer Coalition Offers Free Skin Cancer Screenings

OCEAN COUNTY — Hundreds of Ocean County beachgoers and life¬guards will be glad that they headed for the beach when they learn how to have fun outdoors while protecting their skin and receive a free skin cancer screening on July 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Ocean County Cancer Coali¬tion (OCCC) will hold the screenings at three Ocean County beaches: Brick Beach 3, 440 Rte 35 North; Ortley Beach, 4th and Ocean Avenue; or Ship Bottom, 20th Street beach end. The rain date for the event is July 26.

OCCC "Choose Your Cover 2009" volunteer physicians, nurses and sup¬port staff from Ocean County's four medical centers, its health depart¬ments, businesses, organizations and municipalities will combine their expertise to fight skin cancer where risks are perhaps the greatest - at the beach. There a health professional will provide a free skin cancer screening exam — a simple test that can detect signs of skin cancer — pre-registration is not required.

Ocean County residents and tourists will also learn how to have fun in the sun while protecting their skin through five sun protection options: seeking shade, covering-up, putting on a hat, wearing sunglasses, and rubbing on sunscreen. Prudent avoidance of too much sunlight is fully compatible with the enjoyment of the county's beaches.

"Choose Your Cover" began in 2008 at three Ocean County beaches under the auspices of the Ocean County Cancer Coalition, which was recognized by the Centers for Disease Control for saving lives, one beach at a time because its members provided sun safety education and 541 free skin cancer screenings in Ocean County at Brick Beach 3, Ortley Beach and Ship Bottom 20th Street beach. Forty-seven of those beachgoers were referred for further screenings, eight of whom were referred with the possibility of having developed the more dangerous melanoma.

"Melanoma is a preventable cancer," stated Arnold Baskies, M.D., FACS, chair of the NJ Governor's Task Force on Cancer Prevention and Early De¬tection and Treatment, chair of the NJ Melanoma Work Group, president elect of the American Cancer Society, Eastern Division.

"Our efforts will raise public awareness and promote protection from the harmful effects of the sun." In 2009, all four New Jersey shoreline counties will implement the Ocean County model at 11 sites. Nearly 2000 people are anticipated to participate in this highly successful event on July 25, making it the largest free-stand¬ing skin cancer screening in the state. The purpose of "Choose Your Cover 2009" is to educate the public statewide about sun safety, prevention and early detection of skin cancer. OCCC, who initiated the screenings at the beach, is one of 21 county-wide coalitions created to help implement the New Jersey comprehensive cancer control plan. The plan includes many priorities, but the one OCCC chose was based on local needs and priorities. Statewide, melanoma is one of the fastest growing cancers.

In Ocean County, the number of new melanoma cases each year is significantly higher than statewide and have been increasing dramatically in recent years.

For any additional information about volunteer opportunities or how you can participate in Ocean County's "Choose Your Cover 2009," please contact Deb Levinson at 732-286-3693. You may also visit the Web site at and click on the calendar of events to find a free skin cancer screening in your area.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

The Wellness Community Announces June Programs

OCEAN COUNTY - The mission of The Wellness Community is to help people affected by cancer, enhance their health and well-being through participation in professional programs of emotional support, education and hope.

Their mission is to serve Monmouth and Ocean county residents affected by cancer, including people with cancer, their family members, caregivers and friends.

All programs are offered free of charge to people who are/have been affected by cancer. To register, call 732-578-9200. All programs are held at The Wellness Community, 613 Hope Road, Eatontown.

June 17 - NIA: Expressive Movement at 10 a.m.; Newcomers Orientation , 5:30 p.m.; Breast Cancer Networking Group, 7 to 9 p.m.

June 18 - Yoga at 11 a.m.; Qi Gong for Good Health at 1 p.m.; Weekly Participant Group from 4 to 5:30 p.m.

June 19 - Cinema Wellness "Whale Rider" Movie, Pizza and Discussion from 11a.m. to 1 p.m.

June 20 - Kids/Teens/Parents Connect (registration required) from 10 to 11:30 a.m.; Empowerment Drumming at noon.

June 22 - Yoga at 11 a.m.; Gentle Exercise at noon; Relaxation and Guided Imagery from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

June 23 - Paint and Play from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; Advanced Breast Cancer Networking Group from 1:30 to 3 p.m.; Soaring Crane Qi Gong at 6 p.m.; Chair Yoga at 6 p.m.; Yoga at 7 p.m.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Benefit for Renee Wiercinski Fund

Event: “Benefit for Renee Wiercinski Fund” This is a cancer fundraiser for Rene (YECKLEY)Wiercinski and her family to help cover her medical expenses while fighting cancer.

Date: Thursday, June 25, 2009

Time: 4:00 pm

Location: The Beach Bar at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, NJ

Entertainment: Live music

Activities/Prizes: Auction and door prizes. One door prize of a weekend stay in a 6 million dollar beach front house in Ocean City, NJ

Tickets: $20.00 donation per ticket which includes FOOD & BEER. Please purchase ticket in advance by mailing your donation to 180 Riptide Ave. Manahawkin, New Jersey 08050 payable to "Benefit for Renee Wiercinski Fund"

If you cannot attend: Please consider giving a generous donation by mailing your donation to 180 Riptide Ave. Manahawkin, New Jersey 08050 payable to "Benefit for Renee Wiercinski Fund"

Recruiting for 3 Volunteer Leadership Positions

LIVESTRONG Army Ocean County is in the process of creating our core/base team that will work as a committee to help create or short and long term "PLAN of ACTION" for 2009 and beyond. During the next few weeks/months we will be recruiting for three leadership positions for our local army.

Please review the below volunteer leadership positions and contact if you are interested in any of them. We will create more over time so please remember to check back.

Recruitment Leader: A recruitment leader is the lead in getting new people involved with LIVESTRONG Army Ocean County. This could include coaching group members on how to ask others to get involved, assuring local members have the materials or sign-up forms needed to recruit others and monitoring and celebrating the addition of new local members. The person will also define ways to improve our recruitment process and create relationships with other local armies to try and improve ours and their process. Requirement: Person must have passion to help us fight cancer and grow the army.

Events Leader: An events leader is the point person on identifying community events taking place in the area in which the group could participate and arranging for event logistics, such as securing materials, volunteers and registration forms. The position could also be responsible for organizing local LIVESTRONG actions, such as a Wear Yellow Day in the community. The person would work closely with the other leaders to arrange the events. Requirement: Person must have passion to help us fight cancer. Person to have experience in event planning, fundraising or other type of events.

Communications Leader: A communications leader is responsible for developing and sending communications, such as an email newsletter or regular updates, to all group members. A newsletter and other updates could include information about upcoming meetings and activities, feature local members and successes and highlight news from the LAF. The communications captain also could monitor the local press and submit articles to the local newspaper or community newsletter or coordinate letters to the editor on behalf of the local LIVESTRONG Leader. Requirement: Person must have passion to help us fight cancer. Person to have work experience in Marketing or Communications.



Wednesday, June 3, 2009

NCI Cancer Bulletin June 2, 2009

Lung Cancer Screening Leads to High Rates of False Positives Study finds that use of computed tomography led to high rates of follow-up testing
Combo Treatment Boosts Survival in Biliary Tract Cancers Gemcitabine plus cisplatin may be new standard of care for advanced disease
Breast Cancer Drug Helps Patients with Gastric Cancer Adding trastuzumab to chemotherapy modestly improved overall survival
HPV Status Can Predict Outcome in Oropharyngeal Cancer Determining HPV status helps predict treatment response and may become routine
Bevacizumab Does Not Prevent Recurrence of Colorectal Cancer The angiogenesis inhibitor delayed but did not prevent recurrence in a phase III trial
Drugs that Inhibit DNA Repair May Treat Advanced Breast Cancer Results from two phase II trials of PARP inhibitors show promise
Radiofrequency Ablation Effective Against Barrett Esophagus Using radio waves to heat and destroy abnormal cells may be an alternative to surgery
Exposure to PCBs In the Home May Increase Risk of Childhood Leukemia Researchers measured chemical levels in the home and examined risk of ALL

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

NCI Cancer Bulletin for May 19, 2009

Read the NCI Cancer Bulletin The latest issue of the NCI Cancer Bulletin is now available at

Keep up to date on the latest research and advances in the prevention, treatment, and understanding of cancer.

News Read This Issue
- An Experimental Treatment Improves Survival for Patients with Neuroblastoma »
- Ginger Helps Reduce Nausea from Chemotherapy »
- Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy Suitable for Staging Penile Carcinoma »
- Three Genes Help Breast Cancer Invade the Brain »
- DEAR1 Gene May Help Drive Early-onset Breast Cancer »
- Formaldehyde May Cause Some Blood Cancers, but Risk Drops over Time »

Commentary Read This Issue
- Guest Director's Update: Marking a Memorable Moment in AIDS Research »

In Depth Read This Issue
- Special Report: Decades Later, Seeing the Benefits of Radiation after Prostate Surgery »
- Spotlight: Comparative Effectiveness Research Stirs Excitement as Well as Debate »
- Featured Clinical Trial: Cetuximab and Chemoradiotherapy for Locally Advanced Esophageal Cancer »

Updates Read This Issue
- FDA Update »
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