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Volunteers needed for cancer-prevention study

American Cancer Society plans recruitment events

10:31 AM, May 14, 2013
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Kay VanBoxel knows first-hand the pain that cancer can cause, even by someone who doesn't have the disease.

That's why she has volunteered to be one of more than 1,000 Northeastern Wisconsin residents needed to take part in a nationwide study that the American Cancer Society hopes will be as significant as the search decades ago that established a link between tobacco use and the disease. Researchers plan to study genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors to identify causes and reduce the number of cancer cases.

"I've seen loved ones through to the bitter end," said VanBoxel, a mother of ...

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