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Pancreatic Cancer Risk in Relation to Lifetime Smoking Patterns, Tobacco Type, and Dose-Response Relationships

Pancreatic Cancer Risk in Relation to Lifetime Smoking Patterns, Tobacco Type, and Dose-Response Relationships
Researchers deeply investigated pancreatic cancer (PC) risk according to lifespan smoking patterns and other smoking characteristics within a large European case-control study. Participants were cases (n = 2,009) and controls (n = 1,532) recruited in the PanGenEU study.

For participants, tobacco smoking habits, as well as other relevant information, was collected. An increased PC risk was observed among current smokers, those inhaling into the throat, chest, or using non-filtered cigarettes, vs never-smokers. Read more . . . 


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