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Across the Cancer Causeway

This week Maritime Magazine takes us inside the largest long-term cancer study ever undertaken in this country. The Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow project will follow the health of 300,000 volunteers over the next 30 years. In this region, the project is called Atlantic Path, and many of you may have received brochures in the mail asking you to take part. Cape Breton in particular may have a special role to play in unlocking some of cancer's secrets. Pauline Dakin explains why.

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