What is YOUR risk of cancer? Depends where you were born: How rich and poor kids need to worry about different kinds of the disease

Your upbringing can raise and lower your risk of different cancers, a new study has found. 
But it is not as simple as the difference between wealthy and poor. 
Children born to high-earning parents have a higher risk of developing melanoma, prostate cancer or breast cancer in later life, according to the University of Utah study.
On the other hand, they found girls born in poor neighborhoods have a greater risk of invasive cervical cancer. 
Boys from poor communities were found to have a lower risk of later developing prostate cancer, and anyone born in a poor area has a lower risk of... read more

13 October 2016 in Health, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail

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