50 percent lung cancer patients have been smokers at some time in life
Latest data suggests that almost half of the patients who have been diagnosed with the deadly lung cancer in the nation's greatest healing facility were smokers who had stopped later.
Disease authority Prof John Reynolds said the figures were a stark indication of the dangers of consuming smoking regardless.
A review of 4,356 recently diagnosed lung disease patients in St James' Hospital in Dublin between 2003 and 2012 discovered that 40 percent of ladies and 45 percent of men had as of recently stopped the propensity.
Prof Reynolds said that they might never say to anybody that they are squandering their opportunity surrendering smoking. There are such a large number of health profits. Yet it doesn't save you the danger of lung tumour. So never begin smoking at all.
The exceptional news is that the individuals who are diagnosed early have an extremely great risk of being cured as high as 70 percent for stage one of the infection and 50 percent for stage two. At the same time he focused on that there were still enormous profits for smokers who stop.
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