Children of long-lived parents less likely to get cancer

Children of long-lived parents less likely to get cancer

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Tuesday, May 28, 2013
A photo of an intergenerational family standing on a beach looking out at the waves with their arms around each other.

The offspring of parents who live to a ripe old age are more likely to live longer themselves, and less prone to cancer and other common diseases associated with aging, a study involving UI experts has revealed.

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