Breast Cancer Appears to be Less in a Smoke-Free Enviornment Breast Cancer Appears to be Less in a Smoke-Free Enviornment
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According to (Health Day News), rates of breast cancer are 20% less in a smoke-free enviornment.
According to U.S. researchers, states with higher number of smoke-free homes and workplaces had significantly
fewer breast cancer deaths. The study was conducted in the department of health behavior at Roswell Park
Cancer Institute in Bulffalo, NY. Another good reason to stop smoking and avoid second-hand smoke if possible.