Over 100 former students, staff of N.J. school get rare cancer, probe launched

The investigation includes conducting radiological assessments across Colonia High School's 28-acre campus.
By: | April 15, 2022

An investigation has been launched after more than 100 people who attended a high school in New Jersey appeared to contract a rare cancer. The cancer was diagnosed years after these students graduated or worked at Colonia High School in Woodbridge.

The disturbing development came to the fore after one of the former students Al Lupiano – a cancer survivor – decided to untangle the mystery. He had developed ‘rare’ brain tumor some 20 years ago.

“I will not rest until I have answers,” the 50-year-old told NJ.com.

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