smoking statistics/throat, lung cancer
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Asked by: elgoo-ga
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26 Jun 2006 05:48 PDT
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Question ID: 741092
what are the probabilities of a person who smokes more than a pack of cigarettes a day, from his/her youth, with no intention of quitting, (with all other environmental and hereditary factors being non-signifigant), acquiring cancer of the the throat and/or lung in his/her lifetime...?
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Re: smoking statistics/throat, lung cancer
From: jashoeuh-ga on 19 Jul 2006 14:39 PDT
Don't know about the throat cancer possibilities, but here is an online tool for lung cancer. Looks like someone who is 65, smoking since 15 about a pack a day, has about a 10% chance of contracting lung cancer during the following 10 years. Link to the tool below... www.mskcc.org/PredictionTools/LungCancer
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