Many cancer survivors smoke years after diagnosis

6 agosto 2014

Nearly one in 10 cancer survivors reports smoking many years after a diagnosis, according to a new study. Survivors were more likely to smoke if they were younger, had less education and income, or drank more alcohol. About 40 percent of smokers said they planned to quit within the next month, but this intention was lower among survivors who were married, older, or smoked more.
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