No Clear Link Between Lung Cancer and Passive Smoke, Reveals Study

by Sheela Philomena on  December 15, 2013 at 11:31 AM Cancer News
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A recent study reveals passive smoking has no clear link to lung cancer.

According to researchers at Stanford University, there is no significant relationship between the cancer and exposure to second-hand smoke, the Independent reported.
 No Clear Link Between Lung Cancer and Passive Smoke, Reveals Study
No Clear Link Between Lung Cancer and Passive Smoke, Reveals Study

However, there is still a strong association between smoking and lung cancer.

The study was published in the latest Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

Source: ANI

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