How many chemicals in cigarettes can cause cancer?

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Johathan Bosco asked a question: How many chemicals in cigarettes can cause cancer?
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Date created: Mon, May 3, 2021 6:07 AM
Date updated: Sat, Jun 11, 2022 12:46 AM

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  • According to Cancer.org, there are at least 70 chemicals found in cigarettes that can be linked to cancer. Yes, you read that correctly. One of the most common ingredients in cigarettes that you’ve probably heard of is nicotine.

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All the 4,500+ chemicals in cigarettes can/have the ability to cause cancer. However, some chemicals tend to be more carcinogenic than others . The average cigarette smoker lives to be into the 70's. Each person that smokes cigarettes likely hood of acquiring cancer varies from person to person. Some people are affected within months some people may never show signs or test for cancer. We are still learning the long term effects of cancer from smoking cigarretts.

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