Secondhand Smoke (cont.)
Secondhand Smoke and Lung Cancer
People who do not smoke but reside with a smoker have a 20%-30% greater chance
of developing lung cancer than typical nonsmokers. Each year in the United
States, over 3000 people die as a result of lung cancer that develops as a
result of secondhand smoke, or passive smoking.
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