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Resource ID: #7408
Subject: Cancer
Source: New Yorker
Date: 1990-07-09



The New Yorker describes three clusters of brain cancer, leukemia, and lymphoma afflicting people living, working, or attending school near electrical substations and high-current power lines in Connecticut, North Carolina and California; medical and scientific evidence links cancers with exposure to power-line magnetic fields; state health officials deny cancer link, July 9 and Nov. 19, 1990.

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