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12,000 help cancer war.

MORE than 12,000 people are to be asked to take part in a survey that could help save their lives and aid the war against cancer.

The survey will ask people in Glenrothes, Fife, aged between 30 and 65, if they have a family history of bowel, breast or ovarian cancer.

The study will attempt to identify those who have an inherited risk.

It will be conducted by Glenrothes Local Health Care Co-operative, made up of eight GP practices in the area.
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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jul 2, 2000
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