Report: Secondhand smoke substantially raises breast cancer risk

03/9/2005 | USA Today

Women exposed to secondhand smoke have as much as a 90% greater risk of developing breast cancer, according to a new study. The findings are from an analysis by the Air Resources Board of more than 1,000 studies on the health effects from secondhand smoke, and the results are expected to lead to even tougher anti-smoking regulations.

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