Explanations behind possible link between increased risk of most common childhood cancer and people with obesity prior to pregnancy

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University of Minnesota Medical School researchers explored the possible biological mechanisms that could explain the association between being overweight or obese prior to pregnancy and the increased risk of acute lymphoblastic leukemia in children. 

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