Cancer prevention study seeks central Wisconsin participants

8:32 PM, Sep. 6, 2013
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After seeing multiple family members diagnosed with cancer and learning she carries a gene mutation that puts her at increased risk for developing colon cancer, Marisa Steinbach, 35, of Marshfield, decided to take action, and she's doing more than getting annual preventive screenings.

Steinbach is one of more than 300 people from central and northern Wisconsin who have enrolled in the American Cancer Society's Cancer Prevention Study-3.

"If I can help the American Cancer Society figure out a way to prevent cancer, it's absolutely worth any time I can give," Steinbach said. ...

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