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If I’m diagnosed with one cancer, am I likely to get another?

By Sarah Diepstraten, Senior Research Officer, Blood Cells and Blood Cancer Division, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
Terry Boyle, Senior Lecturer in Cancer Epidemiology, University of South Australia
That depends on a number of factors, including the cancer you had initially, as well as your genes, environment and lifestyle.The Conversation

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