When one twin gets cancer, the other faces a higher risk of also developing the disease.

When one twin gets cancer, the other’s risk of facing it too rises, study shows

If your identical twin suffers cancer you have a 46 per cent chance of also getting cancer, major long-term research project finds. It also shows genes play a big part in whether you suffer melanoma

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When one twin gets cancer, the other faces a higher risk of also developing the disease.
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