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my son died with ophagus cancer

By Anonymous December 15, 2010 - 2:20am
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My son was 42 when he passed, he was a smoker but not heavy although his wife was as were his friends. I am aware that the smoking was not good but the question is, my son lived in an old house which had severe mould problems, they demolished the house and in the process of rebuilding he was diagnosed with cancer. Do you think the mould played a huge part in his getting cancer?

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