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The Air Force is officially investigating whether fighter pilots have higher rates of cancer

April 27, 2020

From the Task and Purpose website

U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Oelrich

The Air Force has finalized the terms of a groundbreaking study sought by former fighter pilots to determine whether military aviators are more likely to be diagnosed with cancer.

For more than a year, retired Air Force fighter pilots have pressed the service to look at the number of aviators who have either died from, or are fighting various types of cancers, and to look for potential causes.

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