Published in Healthcare Finance, Tax and Law Weekly, June 30th, 2004
The Legislature approved the appropriation this spring for Clarendon FIRST, a group that is focusing on an apparently high incidence of cancer among people living near the town's elementary school.
Three Clarendon children were diagnosed with leukemia in a two-year period. There have also been several cases of another blood-related cancer.
Clarendon FIRST has been working with the state to identify potential sources of cancer-causing environmental contamination including...
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