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Report shows neglected cancer is killing the young

(University of Plymouth) A report published today, Oct. 11 2016, by charity Brain Tumour Research shows that funding for research into brain tumors is still woefully inadequate, despite it being the biggest cancer killer of children and people under the age of 40.
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