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Lower your risk for lung cancer by quitting smoking

from U.S. News & World Report

If you smoke and want to stop, you're in good company. Ninety percent of smokers want to quit, says Dr. Amy Lukowski, clinical director of health initiatives at National Jewish Health. "This speaks to the addictive nature of tobacco," she says. Smoking is the biggest risk factor for lung cancer. But it's also a significant risk factor for other types of cancer, as well as heart and lung diseases. more

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