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'Cancer Map' has many wondering what's in the water

In four square miles in St. Louis county, there are three reported cases of conjoined twins and cancer rates that one data expert says is statistically impossible.

http://www.wbir.com/video/2144590970001/1/Cancer-Map-has-many-wondering-whats-in-the-water http://bc_gvpc.edgesuite.net/img/963482463001/201302/1178/963482463001_2144487347001_961896998-186-1360090981170.jpg?pubId=963482463001 'Cancer Map' has many wondering what's in the water In four square miles in St. Louis county, there are three reported cases of conjoined twins and cancer rates that one data expert says is statistically impossible. investigativeMissourihealth/medicalSt. LouisvpcCancerKSDKenvironmentillnesssicknessNational NewsCold Water CreekGovernment/Politics 04:10

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