Some genes remain altered years after smoking cessation
Added: Thursday 28 June 2012
We know that while giving up smoking reduces the risk of lung cancer,
the risk remains somewhat higher than that in someone who has never
smoked. New research shows that the expression of a small number of
genes remains altered even 25 years after smoking cessation.
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