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Smoking Ups Bladder Cancer Risk, Lowers Prostate Cancer Risk

by Jim Barney on May 20, 2018

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Men and women smokers are at increased risk of bladder cancer, and men who smoke are at increased risk of kidney cancer and decreased risk of prostate cancer (PCa), according to a retrospective study of 211,005 smokers and a matched group of non-smokers who visited 196 general practitioner’s offices in the United Kingdom.

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