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Designated a Comprehensive Hospital Cancer Program by the American College of Surgeons, the Center is guided by a multidisciplinary Cancer Committee.

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News from The Daniel and Gloria Blumenthal Cancer Center
Hope, Comfort and Improved Survival Rates for Cancer Patients—The Record Thu, Oct 23, 2014

Radiation oncology is one of the areas of healthcare that is providing hope, comfort and improved survival rates for patients at comprehensive cancer centers in New Jersey.

Attention Doctors and Nurses: Gamma Knife Symposium Set for November 14 Thu, Oct 09, 2014

Valley’s Gamma Knife Center is proud to present its “Gamma Knife Symposium 2014” on Friday, November 14, at The Valley Hospital Conference Center.
 

Breast Cancer Prevention: Diet, Exercise Among lifestyle Factors That May Reduce Risk—The Star-Ledger Thu, Oct 09, 2014

There are steps you can take to reduce your risk for breast cancer.

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Regular Screening Can Detect Breast Cancer Early—The Star-Ledger Thu, Oct 09, 2014

Laura Klein, M.D., Medical Director of The Valley Hospital Breast Center, discussed the importance of regular breast cancer screening with The Star-Ledger.

The Center for Advanced Gastrointestinal GI Diseases Debuts Tue, Oct 07, 2014

The Valley Hospital is proud to announce the opening of The Center for Advanced Gastrointestinal GI Diseases for the diagnosis and treatment of benign and malignant tumors and other conditions of the GI system, including those affecting the pancreas, liver and bile ducts (hepatobiliary), stomach, esophagus, small intestine, colon/rectum, and appendix. 

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