For years kids in Clyde and Sandusky County have been diagnosed with cancer. And despite numerous investigations there's been no clues to what is causing the cancer cluster.
But scientists with the Environmental Protection Agency are hoping to change that.
Next week they will return to the area to collect soil, air and water samples.
The EPA will set up a hotline when they arrive next week that will allow residents to call if they have information about any potentially contaminated sites.
That number will be released after they arrive.
What do you think is the cause of the cancer cluster in Clyde, Sandusky County? Post your comments below.