Higher rates of cancer at coal loading terminal

Allison Roberts News

A six year investigation into cancer rates at one of the country’s largest coal loading terminals has found workers there are getting cancer at nearly three times higher than average…

There is a 1.7 fold increase in the risk of cancer compared to state and national average and a 2.8 fold increase in the risk of cancer compared to the local comparison population at Carrington.

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