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Children who live near overhead power lines in early life do not have a greater risk of developing childhood leukaemia, researchers from the Childhood Cancer Research Group at the University of Oxford have found.

Their study in the British Journal of Cancer found no increased risk of leukaemia in children born since the 1990s whose mother lived within a kilometre of overhead power lines.

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