A study by Christopher McNaney of the People's Research Center...surveyed 175 families who were on the move continuously, rarely staying in one place for more than 3 weeks. Of these families, less than 1% suffered from cancer, or knew of any cases among parents, grandparents or other relatives. Set beside national figures, which show that about one in four people die of cancer, this figure was almost unbelievably low. While on the move, these people continued their normal habits - smoking, drinking alcohol, milk, using sugar and salt freely, not bothering with special diets. McNaney found that they avoided cancer and heart disease. He surmised that the survey provides support for the theory that 'cancer is primarily a disease of location.'
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