Smoking Females Risk Of Death Soars

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(KTVI) – A new study released by the New England Journal of Medicine, say that females smoking are at risk of 25 times more likely to die from lung cancer, than their non-smoking friends.  This study was conducted on women from 2000-2010.  The same study was conducted on women back in the 1950’s and 60’s, with first generation female smokers.
In that study, women who smoked were nearly 3 times more likely to die from lung cancer that women who didn’t smoke.

To read more on the study, click on BBC.

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