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Volunteers Needed for Major Cancer Study in Greene Co.

Published: 12:24 PM, 06/22/2012


The American Cancer Society is seeking local volunteers to participate in a landmark cancer prevention study. The announcement of "Cancer Prevention Study-3" was made at Laughlin Memorial Hospital in Greeneville on June 21, 2012. Local partners in the study are DTR Tennessee, Meco/Unaka, Asbury United Methodist Church and the hospital. The program website is http://CPS3GreeneTN.org. Video by Brian Cutshall.


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Keywords: American  Cancer  Society,  Greeneville,  Prevention,  Study 


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