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EPA report troubles Ohio cancer cluster families

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CLYDE, Ohio (AP) — Soil samples showing high levels of a chemical believed to increase the risk of certain cancers were found at a former park in an area of northern Ohio where cancer has sickened dozens of children for more than a decade, according to environmental regulators. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency report on the findings, though, doesn't link the contaminants with the cancer...

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