Satellite Grad, Dr. Julie Greenwalt Asks State Health Dept. To Look Into Recent Cancer Diagnoses In Brevard

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Dr. Julie Greenwalt a 2003 Satellite High Graduate

ABOVE VIDEO: A Jacksonville oncologist and 2003 Satellite High School graduate is asking questions after she and several of her former classmates were diagnosed with cancer.

BREVARD COUNTY • SATELLITE BEACH, FLORIDA (WFTV) – A Jacksonville oncologist and 2003 Satellite High School graduate is asking questions after she and several of her former classmates were diagnosed with cancer.

Dr. Julie Greenwalt, of the Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center, battled a rare, aggressive form of appendix cancer.

She first contacted the Florida Department of Health about one year ago to ask the agency to take a closer look at the cancer cases.

Her resolve was strengthened after a recent Military Times article about the detection of water contaminates linked to cancer and developmental delays in children at military bases nationwide, including Patrick Air Force Base.

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