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26 August 2011

Morning smoking increases cancer risk

Researchers find early-morning cigarette risk is independent of smoking frequency and duration

Researchers find early-morning cigarette risk is independent of smoking frequency and duration

The research was published early online in CANCER, Journal of the American Cancer Society.
Cigarette smoking increases one's likelihood of developing various types of cancers. But why do only some smokers get cancer? The researchers investigated whether nicotine dependence as characterised by the time to first cigarette after waking affects smokers' risk of lung, head and neck cancers, independent of cigarette smoking frequency and duration.

 

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