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Canada has launched its Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project that aims to follow 300,000 adults over the age of 35 for the next 30 years to study causes of cancer. Along the way, researchers will be collecting blood, fecal, saliva, toenail, and urine samples as well as asking about diet, environmental conditions, and physical fitness.

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