LUBBOCK, Texas — United Supermarkets is teaming up with Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center on a project that aims to address the most preventable sources of cancer: obesity, tobacco use and sunburn, in the rural community of Muleshoe, Texas. The public-private partnership is funded by the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas. It runs through February 2013. The goal of the project is to substantially prevent cancer and cancer recurrences in Muleshoe. If successful, an ...

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