AVOID SMOKING AND EXPOSURE TO SMOKE
avoid smoking and exposure to smoke.
Smoking is the most significant cancer risk factor that we can reduce.
It is responsible for not only lung cancer, but many other types of
cancer. One of the best ways to prevent cancer is to quit smoking or
never start. As soon as you quit, and it's never too late, your body
reaps the benefits of being tobacco-free.
Avoiding secondhand smoke is also a way to prevent cancer. Secondhand
smoke is the smoke exhaled from a smoker or a lit cigarette, pipe or
cigar. This smoke contains more than 60 known carcinogens". These
carcinogens interrupt normal cell development. This interference is
what ignites cancer development.
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