Children exposed to second-hand smoke have increased lung cancer risk

01/31/2005 | MSNBC

Researchers who tracked more than 123,000 people who never smoked but who were exposed to second-hand smoke as children found as much as a 50% increased risk of developing lung cancer over those who were not exposed. '"People should not smoke in the presence of their children," warned Professor Paolo Vineis, who led the study.

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