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Cancer Panel's Findings Under Fire

The American Cancer Society is criticizing a study from the President's Cancer Panel that suggests Americans are under constant threat from environmental carcinogens. What do you think?

  • "The environment doesn't cause cancer. Everything else going relatively well in your life directly beforehand causes cancer."

    Rick Balfe
    Undercoater
  • "It's nice to know I can always rely on the American Cancer Society for the sunnier outlook on U.S. health."

    Liz Dwyer
    Pinion Inspector
  • "Well, it's too late. I've already thrown out everything but my iPad."

    Tom Cope
    Hairspring Cutter
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