Finer lung cancer from smoking

Everyone knows that smokers get lung cancer more often than non-smokers. But research shows that when people who do not smoke get lung cancer, often a much more aggressive form.

Lung cancer cell growth derails in the lungs, causing the cells to proliferate. This tissue is rampant among people who have never smoked more than Derailed (ex-) smokers, researchers concluded that this year the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer.

Still a nice prospect for hardened nicotine addicts: they get at least finer lung cancer than nonsmokers.

This is an excerpt from the section '6 benefits of smoking ", found in LOOK 11/2011. This number is located in the store from September 23 to October 20.