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Rich or poor? Where you start in life influences cancer risk in adulthood

(University of Utah Health Sciences) Parental occupation and neighborhood income are tied to the risk for melanoma, breast, prostate and cervical cancer, Huntsman Cancer Institute researchers report.
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