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Cancer Study Open To 600 More Participants

August 3, 2012, 1:37 PM

Cancer Study Open To 600 More Participants

You still have time to take part in a national cancer prevention study. The American Cancer Society is opening it up to more South Dakotans.

Researchers are looking for 600 more participants to help them gain a better understanding whether genetics, lifestyle and environmental factors can cause or prevent cancer.

In order to participate, volunteers must be between the ages of 30 and 65, never been diagnosed with cancer and willing to participate in the study long-term.

For more information visit the Cancer Prevention Study-3 website.

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A grammatical error was corrected in this story.

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