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[Asia] 500% increase in cancer incidence in India by 2025, say experts

Over 200,000 cases of head neck cancer are diagnosed in India every year compared to only 30,000 in the United States. Head-Neck cancers make up almost 25% of all cancers detected in India and pose a significant health problem. Furthermore the disease is
Times of India
added May 21, 2015 21:55
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[UK] 'There's still huge sadness': Coronation Street star Beverley Callard reveals her heartbreak over Anne Kirkbride's death as she explains she was one of the few who knew how seriously ill actress was

Anne Kirkbride's death in January came as a huge shock...Beverley was one of the few people who knew just how serious Anne's cancer battle was.... 'Every single time I walk past the smoking shelter on set, or places I associate with her, I think of her.'
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 21, 2015 21:22
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Studies Show Quitting Smoking Improves Outcomes in Urologic Disease Former smokers fare better than current smokers after urologic surgery

Quitting smoking can lead to a significant improvement in outcomes after major urologic surgery. These new data and their impact on urologic surgery will be highlighted by study authors during a special press conference at the 110th Annual Scientific Meet
PR Newswire
added May 19, 2015 00:52
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CDC Map Reveals ‘Most Distinctive’ Cause Of Death State by State / Your geography can have a big impact on how you bite the dust.

While heart disease and cancer are two leading causes of death across the U.S., certain causes of death are more common in some states than in others.
AlterNet.org
added May 18, 2015 11:31
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The Most Distinctive Causes of Death by State, 2001-2010

Some of the findings make intuitive sense (influenza in some northern states, pneumoconioses in coal-mining states, air and water accidents in Alaska and Idaho), while the explanations for others are less immediately apparent (septicemia in New Jersey, de
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
added May 18, 2015 11:28
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Smoking Ups Risk of Complications From Urologic Cancers: Study

But even though former smokers have a higher risk of complications than non-smokers, the study also found that quitting smoking for as little as a year before surgery could "significantly" improve the outcomes of surgery. "These findings should provide
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added May 16, 2015 09:11
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[Florida] University of Miami to study the health effects of e-cigarettes

was awarded a $1.95 million grant this week from the Florida Department of Health to conduct the study, which UM said is the first of its kind, to determine whether e-cigarettes create any potential pulmonary health risks and are as safe as they are marke
Miami (FL) Herald
added May 9, 2015 14:17
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Evaluation of Toxicant and Carcinogen Metabolites in the Urine of E-Cigarette Users Versus Cigarette Smokers

Conclusions: With respect to the compounds analyzed here, e-cigarettes have a more favorable toxicity profile than tobacco cigarettes.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added May 9, 2015 13:18
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[California] ARCHIVE: Toyota calls in Exponent Inc. as hired gun

"If I were Toyota, I wouldn't have picked somebody like Exponent to do analysis," said Stanton Glantz...who runs a database on the tobacco industry that contains thousands of pages of Exponent research arguing, among other things, that secondhand smoke d
Los Angeles Times
added May 7, 2015 12:49
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[Massachusetts] DeflateGate: NFL Hired Same Research Firm That Denied Secondhand Smoke Causes Cancer

Los Angeles Times...alleges that Exponent is a “hired gun” called upon by major corporations to “weather messy disputes.”... Does this article change the way you feel about Ted Wells’ findings?
WBZT.com
added May 7, 2015 12:47
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