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FDA takes action against 14 companies for selling illegal cancer treatments

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today posted warning letters addressed to 14 U.S.-based companies illegally selling more than 65 products that fraudulently claim to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure cancer. The products are marketed and sold without FDA approval, most commonly on websites and social media platforms.

Delta College/WorkNet Spring Job and Career Fair

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Are you looking for a job or an opportunity to advance your career? Delta College, in partnership with San Joaquin WorkNet, will hold their Annual Spring Job and Career Fair, Thursday, May 4, 10am–2pm at Delta College's Danner Hall. Over 40 employers are expected at this year's event, including: Lawrence Livermore Lab, Martin Brower, Dignity Health, Children's Home of Stockton, Caltrans, UOP, BrightView, and the City of Stockton.

General Plan "Envision Stockton 2040" Community Scheduled for May

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“Envision Stockton” continues with more community workshops in May. Upcoming sessions will focus on goals, policies, and actions, resulting from workshops held last summer and fall.  The upcoming workshops will include a brief presentation followed by the opportunity to visit information stations featuring various topics, such as land use and transportation.  The same information will be available at both meetings.  Members of the community are encouraged to participate at the location and time that is most convenient.

Delta College Selected to Participate in California Guided Pathways Project

Project Aims to Increase Certificate and Degree Completion

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San Joaquin Delta College is among twenty community colleges selected to participate in the California Guided Pathways Project, a venture designed to substantially increase the number of students who earn a certificate or degree at California Community Colleges. The colleges, selected through a competitive application process, will design and implement structured academic and career pathways for all incoming students by 2019.

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