1. Living In Wildfire Prone Areas Increases The Risk Of Brain Tumors And Lung Cancer  Forbes
  2. Nearly 234,000 Cancer Cases Predicted in Canada This Year  Medscape
  3. Canadians living near wildfires have greater risk of lung cancer, brain tumours - BC News  Castanet.net
  4. Canadians who live near wildfire sites have higher risk of cancer, recent study shows  CBC.ca
  5. Cancer risk may increase with wildfires: Canadian study  CTV News
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Researchers found that people living within 50 kilometers of wildfires since the last decade reported a 10% and 4.9% higher incidence of brain tumor and lung cancer, respectively.Researchers found that people living within 50 kilometers of wildfires since the last decade reported a 10% and 4.9% higher incidence of brain tumor and lung cancer, respectively.

Living In Wildfire Prone Areas Increases The Risk Of Brain Tumors And Lung Cancer

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People who lived within 50 kilometres of a wildfire in the past 10 years were more likely to develop brain tumours and more likely to have lung cancer, researchers at McGill University have found.People who lived within 50 kilometres of a wildfire in the past 10 years were more likely to develop brain tumours and more likely to have lung cancer, researchers at McGill University have found.

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A first-of-its-kind study has investigated the link between certain cancers and people living in close proximity to wildfires. The findings revealed higher rates of brain tumors and lung cancer in populations living within 50 km (31 miles) of a wildfire.A first-of-its-kind study from researchers at McGill University has investigated the relationship between certain cancers and people living in close proximity to wildfires. The findings revealed higher rates of brain tumors and lung cancer in populations living within 50 km (31 miles) of a wildfire that occurred over the past 10 years.

Cancer risk increased by wildfire exposure, first-of-its-kind study finds

A study out of Montreal's McGill University has found evidence suggesting wildfires may increase a person's risk of developing certain cancers.A study out of Montreal's McGill University has found evidence suggesting wildfires may increase a person's risk of developing certain cancers.

Cancer risk may increase with wildfires: Canadian study | CTV News

Researchers in Canada said they have found a higher incidence of lung cancer and brain tumours in people that are exposed to wildfires. The study, which tracks over two million Canadians over a period of 20 years, is the first to examine how proximity to forest fires may influence cancer…Researchers in Canada said they have found a higher incidence of lung cancer and brain tumours in people that are exposed to wildfires. The study, which tracks over two million Canadians over a period of 20 years, is the first to examine how proximity to forest fires may influence cancer…

Study links wildfires to risk of cancer - New Telegraph

New study finds higher incidence of lung cancer and brain tumours due to wildfire exposuresNew study finds higher incidence of lung cancer and brain tumours due to wildfire exposures

B.C. wildfires may be linked to 10% higher chance of brain tumours – Port Alberni Valley News

Research from McGill University found that long exposure to wildfires could elevate risk of cancer for BC residents who live near wildfires.Wildfires can have harmful impacts on air quality but they can also pollute aquatic, soil, and indoor environments.

How BC wildfires can increase lung cancer and brain tumours - Coast Reporter