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According to EPA estimates, by how much does breathing air toxics from outdoor sources increase the average lifetime risk of developing cancer?

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The EPA estimates that breathing air toxics from outdoor sources increases the average lifetime risk of developing cancer by 0.004 percentage points. For comparison, the average lifetime risk of developing cancer is 38% for women and 42% for men.

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