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Can there be any scientific proof that cigarettes cause cancer?

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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology 47 years experience
There are more than: 20 known carcinogens in tobacco. The surgeon general report of 1964 compilated the vast evidence of laboratory and clinical evidence hat cigarettes and tobacco products cause cancer, and recently that side stream smoke causes a "second hand "effect on family, children, co-workers. These are dangerous and kill 50% of users if used as directed.

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