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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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Friday, November 7, 2014
We begin this episode of 4802 with an update on the manhunt for suspected cop killer Eric Frein. Chris Moore and the panel will also discuss the race for governor, Pa Senate and the prediction by the Allegheny County Elections Department that, despite the millions spent on campaigns for each race, less registered voters will be showing up to the polls. They’ll also talk offensive Halloween costumes, a CAPA student’s video meant to raise awareness of street harassment, salary increases for state-owned university chancellors and presidents and the fate of the August Wilson Center.

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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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