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Could Fracking Be To Blame For Spike In Childhood Cancer?

At 16, Luke Blanock was a student-athlete in the Canon-McMillan School District who loved to play both baseball and basketball, until one night he woke up writhing in pain. “In the next two days, we had the diagnosis from Children’s Hospital that it was a rare cancer called Ewing sarcoma,” said Janice Blanock, his mother. Within three years Luke would succumb to this very aggressive form of bone cancer, and he was not alone. In the past 10 years, six Canon-Mac students have contracted Ewing sarcoma and three, including Luke, have died.  Read more.....

 

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