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Breast Cancer: Why You Should Get Checked

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month: a month to remember those who have lost their battle with breast cancer, as well as to recognize those who have survived the disease. Breast cancer changes the lives of thousands of women and their families yearly, and it's important to get checked regularly to increase chances of staying healthy.

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Tie One On At The Shore via Facebook
Tie One On At The Shore via Facebook
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Help A Local Family Support Mary’s Place By The Sea This Weekend

Coming up tomorrow, you can help an Ocean County family celebrate the life of a loved one while helping a great shore charity at the same time!

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Watch This Local Family’s Heartbreaking Story And See How You Can Help [Video]

Around the holiday season, many of us have the desire to help those who desperately need assistance. The Zane family, of Toms River, is one of those families. Little Caden Zane, at 4-years-old, had struggled with more medical issues than most of us deal with in our whole lives. In addition, his mother, Jill is battling breast cancer. If ever there was a time to reach out and show the spirit of the season, this is it. Watch the Zane family's story below:

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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Do you have your team ready?

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Members of the TumorGraft Trial Team at Monmouth Medical Center include, seated from left, Mark Hirko, M.D., chairman of surgery; David Sharon, M.D., medical director of the Leon Hess Cancer Center at Monmouth; Seth Cohen, M.D., medical director of oncology clinical research; Robert Braun, system vice president, oncology; and breast surgeon Renee Georges, M.D.; and standing from left, Michael Goldfarb, M.D., program director for surgery; Kimberly Chow, oncology clinical research coordinator; Deanna Tiggs, director, Oncology Data Center; breast surgeon Aron Gornish, M.D.; and Kristy Lupo, oncology research nurse.
Members of the TumorGraft Trial Team at Monmouth Medical Center include, seated from left, Mark Hirko, M.D., chairman of surgery; David Sharon, M.D., medical director of the Leon Hess Cancer Center at Monmouth; Seth Cohen, M.D., medical director of oncology clinical research; Robert Braun, system vice president, oncology; and breast surgeon Renee Georges, M.D.; and standing from left, Michael Goldfarb, M.D., program director for surgery; Kimberly Chow, oncology clinical research coordinator; Deanna Tiggs, director, Oncology Data Center; breast surgeon Aron Gornish, M.D.; and Kristy Lupo, oncology research nurse. (Monmouth Medical Center)
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New Breast Cancer Clinical Trial Underway In Monmouth County

 

Monmouth Medical Center has joined with Champions Oncology to launch a research clinical trial aimed at developing personalized approaches to improve breast-cancer treatment.

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Pretty In Pink Day

Wear PINK this Friday !

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Thank You for a BIG “PINK” Day

 

Yesterday was an amazing day with about 20,000 of our close friends.

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Shawn & Sue Walk For Breast Cancer Awareness – Think Pink Sunday

Join Shawn & Sue this Sunday in Point Pleasant Beach - THINK PINK

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Mammograms: When Should You Have One? [AUDIO]

When it comes to mammograms, there's no one size fits all.  Some medical experts say women should start getting them at age 40, while others say its 50.  What's the right answer?

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A Families Cancer Story – Think PINK

Shawn & Sue's Think PINK Month - Breast Cancer Awareness

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