Scientists believe that tall and fat children are more likely to have kidney cancer.
Specialists examined children and concluded that tall and large children are more prone to kidney cancer.
The results of the study were announced at the European Congress on Obesity.
Scientists from Denmark conducted a study on the addiction of people to kidney cancer. More than 300 thousand people who were born in the period from 1930 to 1989 were chosen for the experiment.
The results of the study showed that people who suffered from overweight or were above average in childhood were more susceptible to kidney cancer in adulthood.
The study was conducted over 32 years. During this time, 680 men and 330 women were diagnosed with a kidney cancer.
Each case was associated with obesity and high patient growth.
In addition, it was found that men are more susceptible to disease than women.
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