Smoking doubles risk of cervical cancer

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Smoking doubles risk of cervical cancer

Cigarettes have been implicated in cervical cancer. In fact, women who smoke are twice as likely to develop cervical cancer as non-smokers. It may be the increase in free radical damage to cells that is to blame. Of course, we don't need any more evidence to convince us that smoking leads to all sorts of trouble.

Healthy Eating for Life to Prevent and Treat Cancer, Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine.

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