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Childhood cancers linked to roads and railways

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The development of cancer in children, particularly leukaemia, is strongly determined by prenatal or early postnatal exposure to engine exhaust gases, according to the findings of Knox, probably through maternal inhalation and accumulation of carcinogens over many months.

In a previous survey, the birth and death addresses of all children born in Great …

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