Childhood Smoke Exposure Elevates Lung Cancer Risk

SMOKING
LUNGS -- Diseases
LUNGS -- Cancer
CHILDREN -- Diseases
Geographic Terms:LONDON (England)
ENGLAND

Abstract:Presents the findings of the survey conducted by researchers from Imperial College in London, England which shows that frequent exposure to secondhand smoke during childhood increases the future risk of developing lung cancer. Effect of cigarette smoke on the lungs; Causes of lung cancer; Implications for preventing lung cancer.

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