Within the past few months, we’ve seen a number of studies coming out about increases in cancer over time in younger adults. One angle on this is the role of the pandemic: when routine care was cut back during COVID, some cancer diagnoses were missed. However, not all of these studies are pandemic-related. For example,…

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