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Does the Future Queen (Kate) Deserve More Thorough Research?

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With great sadness, the UK has to acknowledge another young life impacted by cancer over the past few years.

How do you hide an Elephant in the room?

Without acknowledgement, there is no opportunity for mitigation.

Cancers diagnosed in people aged between 18 and 49 in Northern Ireland have risen by 20% in the past 25 years, according to new research.

Queen's University Belfast and the NI Cancer Registry compared 2019 statistics with 1993 figures, when registry records began.

Figures show that, by 2019, 1,076 people aged 18-49 were diagnosed with some form of cancer.

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Observe carefully, the dates used in this article. It was1993 to 2019. This is not a mistake, but designed to trap the general public into making an incorrect assumption. This then gives the impression that the cases are not significantly higher than normal.

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