Published in Cancer Weekly, March 18th, 2003
"The cause of most cancers is unknown, appearing apparently sporadically in the population. Where causality is known, some have a single cause only," researchers in England report.
"It is hypothesized that some cancers, currently of unknown cause, are due to a single cause. Databases relating to the etiology and epidemiology of a number of selected cancers and to theories of cancer causation were systematically searched," wrote R.A. Wiseman and colleagues, University of London, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
"Data review shows that some cancers have a...
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