Archives: September 2016

  • Cigar Smoking and Cancer: Get the Facts

    September 24, 2016
    People who smoke cigars often say they chose this route to avoid the cancer risks so strongly associated with cigarette smoking. While it’s true lighting up a stogie may not necessarily pose the same lung cancer risk as cigarettes do, that doesn’t mean cigar smokers are free and clear of potential ramifications. Smoking tobacco – in any form – more
  • Genetic Mutations: They’re Probably More Common Than You Thought

    September 15, 2016
    Genetic mutations have long been known to play a role in the development of certain forms of cancer. The BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations, for example, can dramatically increase risk for breast and other forms of cancer. These mutations, however, are considered relatively rare. Until recently, in fact, genetic mutations in general were considered few and far between. Researchers more

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