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Can The Methoprene In Cigarettes Cause Cancer
If you Google: Methoprene and carcinogens in tobacco, it does not make the list, but do it just to see all of the nasties that the cigarette delivery device presents to your body when you smoke. It is one of the few products, when used as diredted, is capcable of killing you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Likely: Because e cigarettes have not been use long enough, there is insufficient information. See this site for information. It would be prudent to avoid tobacco in any form. http://www.webmd.com/smoking-cessation/features/ecigarettes-under-fire. ...Read more
Are e cigarettes and vapor cigarettes just as harmful as real cigarettes? Can they cause cancer as well or are they better for you?
Addiction: If you are trying to stop smoking tobacco, they may help you. If you are thinking of taking up e-cigs as a non-smoker, you are VERY ill-advised. You're asking to become a slave to the most potent of all addictions. The cancer risk is probably real though not really so high. But who wants to a slave to something that's not even really any fun? ...Read more
Both: Even non-smoked tobacco products increase the use of some cancers, so it's not just the cigarette delivery that causes problems. ...Read more
Sure.: Cigarettes are a pathway to a host of malignancies. Lung, ENT cancers, even bladder cancer. Stop now before you stack the deck irrevocably against yourself. Good luck. Think of all the money you'll save by not buying cigarettes, too. Plus, you'll be healthier! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
100: 100 cigarretes on a lifetime increases risk for at least 10 years. However about 20% of smokers end up with lung cancer on their lifetime.However everybody does get emphysema to various degrees and accelerated arteriosclerosis triggering heart attacks and strokes at a younger age by persistent cigarrete smoking.Animal experiments dogs usually get cancer after 13, 000cigs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not likely: These are ways to supply the needed dose of nicotine to satisfy your addictive needs. They are designed not to allow tars and irritants into your throat. Thus the incidence of cancer should be no greater than in non-smokers. They are an effective way to attempt to stop smoking altogether and i encourage this in my patients. ...Read more
Tobacco: When burned produces a number of arylhydrocarbons, and other carcinogens that directly attack human dna leading to mutations. Some are repaired, others propagate over time, mean time, nicotine addicts. The more exposure, probabilistic risk increases for cancer, cardiovascular and lung disease. Evidence is overwhelming indisputable.. ...Read more
Nobody truly knows: but the chronic irritation of certain aromatic hydrocarbons in the smoke ("tars") progressively irritates cells, increases the number that die, with new ones taking their place that over many years become more and more abnormal (metaplasia), finally becoming very abnormal (dysplasia) and ultimately becoming cancer (neoplasia). I do not know the exact cellular mechanisms, but some scientists do. ...Read more
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