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Brain tumors still rare; cellphone link is unproven

By Leigh Hopper Oberholzer
Globe Correspondent / May 26, 2008

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Senator Edward M. Kennedy's recent diagnosis with malignant glioma, a rare brain cancer that is usually rapidly fatal, is renewing questions about whether brain cancer is on the rise - and whether cellphones have anything to do with it. (Full article: 695 words)

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