Senator Wants More Money to Study Ohio Child Cancer Cluster

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CLYDE, Ohio (AP) — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown is asking the federal government to put more money into the investigation of a child cancer cluster in northern Ohio.

Brown says Ohio agencies leading the investigation need more money to get to the bottom of the cancer cases that are centered around Sandusky County and the town of Clyde.

Since 1996, 35 children have been diagnosed with several forms of cancer in a 12-mile wide circle just south of Lake Erie.

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