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Cancer in the under 50s is rising globally – why?

Early-onset cancers have different genetic signatures compared with late-onset cancers and are more likely to have spread than cancers diagnosed in later life. Image: Pexels/ Ivan Samkov

Siobhan Glavey

Professor of Pathology, RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences

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If our healthy cells are programmed in the womb, then so might the cells that go on to cause cancer. Image: The Conversation.
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