“Smoking is a top source of carcinogens, meaning it is toxic. Athough it causes almost all types of cancer and even other diseases like cardiovascular disease, yet people still smoke.
“And these people are 15 to 30 times more likely to develop lung cancer or die from it than people who do not smoke. So I cannot stop stressing how important it is to stop smoking,” he declares.
The information that lung cancer and smoking are heavily linked is not new as the link was discovered over 60 years ago, and since then, heavy regulations and measures have been sanctioned worldwide to deter smoking and inform the public of its dangers.
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