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[Australia, UK-Scotland, USA] Herald Scotland SMOKING 'RAISES CANCER RETURN RISK'

The new investigation looked at data from 7,191 American and Austrian patients who had their prostate glands removed between 2000 and 2011. Over a period of around 28 months, current smokers had an 80% increased likelihood of cancer returning after surg
Herald Scotland (The Herald and Sunday Herald) (uk)
added Jun 22, 2015 17:59
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[Switzerland] Smoking is 'clearly linked' to prostate cancer: Even men who quit still have twice the risk of disease recurring after surgery

an international study published in the journal European Urology, claims to have provided evidence of a clear link....It found that of cancer patients who had their prostate removed, smokers and ex-smokers had a much higher risk (specifically twice the ri
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jun 22, 2015 17:33
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[Asia] Death grip: Cancer clawing its way up as killer disease in India

"Cancer's unrelenting march in India is being propelled more by flawed lifestyles than by family histories of cancers," said Mandar Kulkarni, chief technology officer at Cancer Genetics India, a company that offers tests for hard-to-diagnose cancers.
Hindustan Times (in)
added Jun 16, 2015 14:51
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Study estimates deaths attributable to cigarettes for 12 smoking-related cancers

Researchers estimate that 48.5 percent of the nearly 346,000 deaths from 12 cancers among adults 35 and older in 2011 were attributable to cigarette smoking, according to an article published online by JAMA Internal Medicine.
Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Jun 16, 2015 10:48
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Deaths Due to Cigarette Smoking for 12 Smoking-Related Cancers in the United States

This study estimated the number of deaths attributable to cigarette smoking for 12 smoking-related cancers and found that continued progress in reducing cancer mortality requires more comprehensive tobacco control.
Archives of Internal Medicine
added Jun 16, 2015 07:21
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ONG: Tobacco Cessation—We Can Do Better

Recent data also suggest that focusing only on mortality from conditions in which causal relationships have been established underestimates smoking-related mortality because an additional 17% of excess smoking-related mortality is associated with causes n
Archives of Internal Medicine
added Jun 16, 2015 07:20
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Cigarettes linked to half of deaths from 12 common cancers

While the largest proportion of deaths associated with smoking were for cancers of the lung, bronchus, trachea and larynx, about half of fatalities from tumors of the oral cavity, esophagus and bladder were also tied to cigarettes...estimated that out of
Reuters
added Jun 16, 2015 07:17
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Smoking Blamed for Half of Deaths From Major Cancers in People Over 35

About half of U.S. deaths caused by certain cancers -- including lung, colon and pancreatic tumors -- can be attributed to smoking, a new American Cancer Society study estimates. In 2011, nearly half of the almost 346,000 deaths from 12 cancers in people
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jun 15, 2015 17:27
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[Florida, New York] Philip Morris, RJR Say Settlement Bars Fla. Widow's Case ($$)

told a Florida appeals court Tuesday that it should reverse a nearly $2.6 million jury award for a smoker's widow, saying a previous settlement she entered into with Verizon Communications ... barred her claims against them..."agreed not to sue any other
Law360
added Jun 10, 2015 14:55
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[Europe, UK] The cancer risk from your CHIPS: Tobacco chemical IS present in fried food cooked at high temperature, health chiefs confirm - and children are most at risk

New European Food Safety Authority study reveals acrylamide (AA) - formed when foods are cooked at high temperature – is a cancer risk 51% of all AA exposure for children comes from chips, roast potatoes and croquettes
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jun 5, 2015 14:49
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