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Posted on Jun 7, 2020

Quit Smoking Toowoomba

It's Never Too Late to Quit Smoking.
Quitting even within two years before a lung cancer diagnosis improves survival.
Smoking cessation at any point before a lung cancer diagnosis—even within two years—leads to an improvement in overall survival, researchers reported at a media briefing ahead of the 2020 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting.

“This research shows that if you’re a smoker and you quit, no matter when you quit, you will be more likely to survive after being diagnosed with lung cancer, compared to someone who continues smoking,” said lead investigator Aline Fusco Fares, MD, of Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto.
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