Saturday, March 1, 2014

Adverse Effect of Smoking on Survival Related To Cancer

According to the study published in March issue of the Urology Journal stated that smoking creates adverse impact on the people who are suffering from clear cell or renal cell carcinoma. This not only increase risk on life but also increase the chances of occurrence of cancer in body. A study was conducted by M.P.H, M.D., Behfar Ehdaie and his colleagues from Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center at New York City. They examined about 1625 patients who were suffering from the clear cell and had been operated for this disease. The data collected between the years 1999 to 2012. With the help of this data the easy correlation between smoking exposure and the infection of advance diseases in the body of patients are studied. The observation carried out in the median or average year followed up by 4.5 years for cancer survival. The study lead author stated that” Treatment plans to promote smoking cessation in survivorship programs are recommended for these patients,”

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