More evidence smoking raises risk of death from breast cancer
WEDNESDAY, July 22, 2015 (FOX News) — Long-time smokers may face an increased risk of death if they develop breast cancer, according to a Japanese study that adds to a growing body of evidence highlighting the lethal effects of cigarettes.
Among more than 800 women with breast cancer, those who had smoked for more than two decades had at least triple the odds of dying of any cause, or from breast cancer in particular, compared with women who never used cigarettes.
You might have also missed….
Only One State Currently Requires HPV Vaccine to Prevent Cancer Jul 14, Healthline
Geography plays a role in early cancer diagnosis Jul 23, Consumer Affairs