Smoking Cessation Leads to Early and Late Mortality Benefits

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Smoking Cessation Leads to Early and Late Mortality Benefits

 

 

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BOSTON, May 7 -- Within five years of a woman's last cigarette, excess vascular risk has virtually disappeared, but lung mortality remains elevated for 15 additional years, according to the Nurses' Health Study.

 

 

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