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Ohio child cancers confound parents

 
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12/30/2010 11:27 PM
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Ohio child cancers confound parents
CLYDE, Ohio – Every time his kids cough, Dave Hisey's mind starts to race. Is it cancer? Is it coming back?

His oldest daughter, diagnosed with leukemia nearly five years ago when she was 13, is in remission. His 12-year-old son has another year of chemotherapy for a different type of leukemia. And his 9-year-old daughter is scared she'll be next.

Hisey is not alone in fearing the worst. Just about every mom and dad in this rural northern Ohio town gets nervous whenever their children get a sinus infection or a stomachache lingers. It's hard not to panic since mysterious cancers have sickened dozens of area children in recent years.

Since 1996, 35 children have been diagnosed — and three have died — of brain tumors, leukemia, lymphoma, and other forms of cancer — all within a 12-mile wide circle that includes two small towns and farmland just south of Lake Erie. With many of the diagnoses coming between 2002 and 2006, state health authorities declared it a cancer cluster, saying the number and type of diagnoses exceed what would be expected statistically for so small a population over that time.

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I think I would just have to move from the area.

Last Edited by Stereo on 12/30/2010 11:27 PM
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12/31/2010 01:31 AM
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I'd get out of there ASP.
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I saw this article. They can't figure out what the cause is. Something that effect the children. My first thought was the children have vaccinations in common. I went to the National Cancer site and it doesn't provide a map with cases to show area's for concern. Guess they just don't want to show us how bad things are out there.
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Take a sample of your water supply and flee.

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