How Tobacco Smoke Causes Disease
The Biology and Behavioral Basis for Smoking-attributable Disease : A Report of the Surgeon GeneralPrinted Ephemera - 2010
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Edited by David Sidransky, et al. Explains beyond a shadow of a doubt how tobacco smoke causes disease, validates earlier findings, and expands and strengthens the science base. Describes in detail the ways tobacco smoke damages every organ in the body and causes disease and death. Substantiates the evidence that there is no safe level of exposure to cigarette smoke.
Audience: Physicians, medical researchers, and smokers would all find the medical studies evaluating the dangerous effects of cigarettes useful. In addition, community groups, youth groups, and other groups interested in preventing smoking in youth and adults (and/or helping youth and adults quit smoking) would find these facts very useful.
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