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Cold discomfort: Increasing cancer rates and adaptation of living in extreme environments

Populations living in very low temperatures, like in Denmark and Norway, had among the highest incidences of cancer in the world, a study has discoverd. Now, the researchers have advanced a new hypothesis: there is an evolutionary relationship that exists between adaptation to extreme environmental conditions -- like cold and high altitude -- and increased cancer risk in humans.
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