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Cancer patients and survivors who cut down on smoking can experience many health benefits
Current and former smokers had better clinical outcomes with checkpoint inhibitors for lung cancer than nonsmokers.
“Today, it is not only youth who are at risk for smoking initiation. We will need to carefully consider young adults as well.”
This finding stresses the importance of totally quitting smoking in order to reduce the risk of death.
Some studies suggest smokers who develop COVID-19 are more likely to need intensive treatment.
It isn’t a complete surprise that some young people are “going back to the product they were trying to quit in the first place.”
After finding a protein that smoking affects to drive head and neck cancer, investigators hope manipulating it will prove beneficial.
Could this be true?
Adolescents who first used e-cigarettes were four times more likely to begin smoking traditional cigarettes.
By 2100, the plan would prevent 33 million people who are now children or young adults from ever taking up tobacco, saving 8 million lives.
Agency says new limits could help avoid millions of tobacco-related deaths.
Today is the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout.
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