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Lung cancer: The simple lifestyle tweak that can extend life by two years after diagnosis

A new study has found that lung cancer patients that quit smoking upon diagnosis can live for up to two years longer than those…

By admin , in Health , at July 27, 2021 Tags:

A new study has found that lung cancer patients that quit smoking upon diagnosis can live for up to two years longer than those who continue to smoke. Smoking is known to be the most preventable cause of cancer worldwide, with tobacco smoke estimated to be responsible for nearly a fifth of all new cancer cases a year in the UK. Doctors hope the study will help patients realise it is not too late to potentially extend their lives.

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