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Aynsley Kluchnik, a speech pathologist at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, is organizing the American Cancer Society Cancer Prevention Study-3 during the July 23 Relay For Life. The nationwide study, and one of four being conducted in Minnesota, will track people who have never been diagnosed with cancer for a long-term survey. Pioneer Photo/Molly Miron

Cancer Prevention Study-3: Bemidji Relay For Life to take historic leap

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In 1950, the American Cancer Society began the study that definitively linked cigarette smoking with lung cancer.

Now, the American Cancer Society has embarked on another long-term study designed to follow healthy people who have never been diagnosed with cancer throughout the next 20-30 years.

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