Clear Channel Tri-State reports the death of Vince Toscano, who was formerly the Operations Manager for Clear Channel Radio Tri-State and Program Director/Air Personality for WSUS-FM Franklin, NJ. Toscano, who had battled a rare cancer for two years, was 37 years old. He is survived by his wife Liz and their four children. According to Market Manager Dick Taylor, Vince was diagnosed with Stage IV Dendritic Cell Sarcoma. Dendritic Cell Sarcoma is the "official" diagnosis, but what Vince had was a very rare cross between Lymphoma & Sarcoma that doesn’t really have a name. He is the first person in the USA to be diagnosed with this rare cancer and he was one of only 15 or so people worldwide. Vince started with WNNJ about 14 years ago and about 10 years ago moved to WSUS where he became PD.
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