Traffic pollution raises odds for certain childhood cancers

Greater exposure to traffic-related air pollution during pregnancy and the first year of life was linked to a higher risk of developing childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia, germ cell tumors and retinoblastoma, according to a study presented at the American Association for Cancer Research meeting.

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