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Signs over the Myrtle Street Bridge warn against eating fish from the Sudbury River, which is polluted with mercury.

Cancer alert sounded

State study ties Ashland waste site to an elevated risk

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / April 26, 2006

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State health officials urged Ashland residents yesterday to consult a doctor about possible cancer risks if they swam or waded in polluted water and wetlands near a hazardous waste site before 1985. (Full article: 1304 words)

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