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Why live in a town with a high cancer risk?

CBS News Wednesday, 24 July 2019
In Reserve, Louisiana, people have had health problems for decades, ranging from dizziness to liver and lung cancer. Many believe a nearby chemical plant is the source. Janet Shamlian spoke to resident Robert Taylor, and found out why he hasn't moved.
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