By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Roughly half of deaths from 12 smoking-related cancers may be linked directly to cigarette use, a...
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By Kathryn Doyle (Reuters Health) - More than half of bladder cancers in the U.S. are the result of smoking, and 90 percent of smokers...
More than 40 years following the first surgeon general's report linked smoking to cancer, a simple list of ingredients is still not required for tobacco products.
It is well known that smoking cigarettes leads to an increase in lung cancer and oral cancers. Recent research has now shown that nicotine itself is linked specifically to breast cancer.
Cancer is perhaps the most frightening of all diseases we face. And the thing is, it's very often entirely preventable. If we simply made some different decisions, earlier, many cancers would never happen.
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