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A slightly increased chance of cancer would have been likely, if those miners had lived long enough to develop cancer, which in general they would not have. A single bit of damage to DNA won't give you cancer, it's always cumulative, and even then relies on chance to actually knock something out that actually regulates cell-growth to even start causing problems. As you said, toxic components in make-up and such would probably have posed a greater danger in many cases, especially since the elite would have tended to live longer, allowing for greater cumulative doses. 3/20/11 11:44am <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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