New evidence shows smoking raises risk of breast cancer

04/24/2009 | NYTimes.com

A panel of Canadian experts says that new studies show smoking increases the risk of breast cancer and warns that girls and young women are especially at risk for premenopausal breast cancer from smoking and secondhand smoke. Some experts say more evidence is still needed to show a connection between smoking and breast cancer risk.

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