Cancer Cluster Probe at NJ HS Underway After 100+ Diagnosed With Brain Tumors

There are growing concerns over a medical mystery at a New Jersey high school following dozens of diagnosis of brain tumors dating back decades.

Every inch of Colonia High School — from buildings to fields — is being tested for radiation to determine if there is a link between the school and the number of cancer cases diagnosed amongst former students and staff.

Al Lapino, a graduate of the high school, believes there’s a link between the school and brain tumors diagnosed in 108 people over a period of three decades, ending in the early 2000s.

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