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Archaeologists have found the 3,200-year-old skeleton of a man with a spreading form of cancer, the oldest example so far of a disease often associated with modern lifestyles, scientists said Monday.The bones showed evidence of metastatic carcinoma, or a malignant soft-tumor cancer that had spread from the original site to other parts of the body, although it was not possible to say if the man died from the disease.Worldwide, there had only been one convincing example of metastatic cancer predating the first millennium B.C. in human remains, and two tentative examples.
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