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April 20, 2012

If you've ever lost a friend or family member to cancer; if you've ever had a question or a concern about cancer -- you will want to tune in to 4802 this Friday night at 7:30pm. Guest host Michael Bartley welcomes 2 of Pittsburgh's leading cancer researcher/specialists - Dr. Nancy Davidson and Dr. Stanley Marks -- for an eye opening discussion about where we are -- and where we're going -- when it comes to treating - and curing - cancer. (Chris Moore and the regular panel return next week!)


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If you've ever lost a friend or family member to cancer; if you've ever had a question or a concern about cancer -- you will want to tune in to 4802 this Friday night at 7:30pm. Guest host Michael Bartley welcomes 2 of Pittsburgh's leading cancer researcher/specialists - Dr. Nancy Davidson and Dr. Stanley Marks -- for an eye opening discussion about where we are -- and where we're going -- when it comes to treating - and curing - cancer. (Chris Moore and the regular panel return next week!)


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