Cancer cluster in school in New Jersey


Cancer survivor Al Lupiano says more than 100 former Colonia High School attendees have been diagnosed with rare cancers on ‘Cross Country.’

Dr. Arif Kamal, chief patient officer at the American Cancer Society, discusses growing concerns about a possible cancer cluster at a New Jersey high school and his advice to people in the area.

The number of people with rare brain tumors who either attended or worked at Colonia High School in Woodbridge has grown to 117, according to Al Lupiano who has been conducting his own research into a suspected cancer cluster. Lupiano is also the whistleblower who discovered a possible cancer cluster in graduates and educators from the high school. is now running ad-free CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT MY WORK…

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