The Effect of Smoking in Bladder Cancer Patients

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An international investigation has found that cumulative smoking history appears to be an independent risk factor for non-muscle invasive bladder cancer recurrence and progression. When compared with current smoking, cessation of more than 10 years before treatment was shown to decrease the risk of disease recurrence.

Abstract: Journal of Urology, December 2012.

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