Medieval Skeletons Hide Higher-Than-Expected Cancer Rate?

Medieval Skeletons Hide Higher-Than-Expected Cancer Rate?
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Cancer isn't just a modern-day affliction. A new archaeological analysis suggests malignant growths in medieval Britain were not as rare as we once thought. 

Even before widespread smoking, the Industrial Revolution, and the modern surge in life expectancy, it seems cancer was still a leading cause of disease.

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