Smoking After Cancer Diagnosis Affects Care and Research

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Smoking and Cancer

A pair of articles from The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center makes the case that patients would receive better care if physicians and researchers would address the issue of tobacco use after a cancer diagnosis and monitor tobacco use during clinical trials that test new agents.

One study,

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