Smokers with breast cancer have a higher risk of death, study says

11/9/2010 | HealthDay News

A study found that women with breast cancer who smoke, or had a history of smoking, had a 39% higher rate of dying compared with counterparts who never smoked. Researchers also found that smokers and former smokers had a twofold increased risk of death from other causes.

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