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    @mansur85 did you immediately come up with a new theory out of your ass?
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    @jestdotty statistically he's bang on at the age where that particular cancer is common. Are you pulling "facts" from the same ass?
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    @ostream devrant isn't open-source though. It might upset him
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    We all tend to have cancer when going into elderly stages of life.

    Cancer is just a random mutation leading to cell malfunction.

    While I do not disagree that pollution and above all, unhealthy habits might have a word in that, it is a natural consequence of us, collectively, living far longer than we used to.

    The longer we live, obviously, the higher chance for such mutations.
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