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If a person smoked, does that cause cancerous lung nodules?

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Dr. Latonya Brown-Puryear
Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Critical Care
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In brief: Modules

Smoking increases the risk of developing cancerous lesions.
But not every nodule in current or past smokers is cancerous. Every nodule must however be considered cancer until it has been appropriately monitored or biopsied to rule out cancer.

In brief: Modules

Smoking increases the risk of developing cancerous lesions.
But not every nodule in current or past smokers is cancerous. Every nodule must however be considered cancer until it has been appropriately monitored or biopsied to rule out cancer.
Dr. Latonya Brown-Puryear
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Dr. Tony Ho
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease

In brief: Association

Yes, smoking is associated with the risk of lung cancer.

In brief: Association

Yes, smoking is associated with the risk of lung cancer.
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