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Health Care. It’s the hot topic on many of our minds. More people are unemployed. The numbers are staggering. It is not surprising that elective screenings are among the first “luxuries” to be cut from a family's household budget. Unfortunately this decision could be catastrophic if a preventable cancer results from a test or screening not taken.

As a three time cancer survivor it is my passion to prevent as many cancers as I possibly can. Sometimes all it takes is a simple test. Not having the money to pay for such a test is no longer a viable excuse.
The Madeline Fiadini LoRe Foundation for Cancer Prevention was established specifically to address those individuals. At the very first MFL Foundation Board meeting, our Board recognized a need in the community. Our mission has focused on fulfilling this void with access to free Colon, Breast and Prostate screenings.

With our diligent Board of Trustees, we have set policy for eligibility and access to the tests/screenings. Funding to support our efforts comes from grants, donations and from several fundraising events throughout the year.

The task before us is monumental but we believe we can make headway, one case at a time. It only takes one person to tell a friend about us. You may be saving their life.
Click HERE to view qualifications for screening and download an application and apply TODAY, It May Save Your Life We encourage ALL to apply and for you to encourage those you may know to apply. You Could Save A Life.

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In celebration of all cancer survivors, the MFL foundation recently ran this page in the Jersey Journal:
MFL Foundation - JCMC Partnership

In December 2013 a partnership agreement was established between the Madeline Fiadini LoRe (MFL) Foundation and the Jersey City Medical Center (JCMC) to cooperate in encouraging individuals, especially the economically disadvantaged, to seek screening and testing for cancer. To that end, the MFL Foundation donated $250,000 the LibertyHealth Foundation to be used for the new Women’s Health Center, which will open this year on Newark Avenue near Grove Street. JCMC will assertively reach out to as many women as possible throughout Jersey City and Hudson County to make sure that they receive screening and prevention services.

In a recent statement, Ms. LoRe said that the reason she and the board decided to partner with JCMC is because they “get it” as part of the fundamental philosophy of JCMC is to enhance life, not simply to treat illness. By reaching out to the community, educating people, and making sure that services are available close to their homes, more lives will be saved and the quality of life will be improved for those who are detected early. Ms. LoRe says that she is very happy with the partnership because the hardest part of her Foundation’s work is to get the word out to the people that need to hear it. Since JCMC has a deep reach into the Jersey City community, the message will now be more effectively delivered to more people.
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