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Mon, Oct 23, 2017, noon: Carol Shiue, "Social Mobility in China, 1300-1800"

Vicki Freedman

Freedman documents connection between neighborhood and cancer among older men and women

a PSC In The News reference, 2010

"Living in Certain Neighborhoods Increases the Chances Older Men and Women Will Develop Cancer, Study Finds" - Science Daily. 12/12/2010.

Vicki Freedman's study is the first to show that older people living in racially segregated areas with high crime rates have a much higher risk of developing cancer than do their counterparts living in less segregated, safer neighborhoods.

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Vicki Freedman

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