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Study shows lower lung cancer rates in communities with strong smoke-free laws

"This new study shows ... laws. They found that lung cancer incidence was eight percent lower in communities with strong smoke-free workplace laws in comparison to communities without smoke-free laws. ... read more

Local smoke-free laws tied to fewer lung cancer cases

TUESDAY, Dec. 5, 2017 -- Communities with strong smoke-free workplace laws have lower lung cancer rates than those with no smoke-free laws, researchers report. The new study was conducted in Kentucky, ... read more

UK study: Smoke-free laws decrease lung cancer cases

(WKYT) - A new study conducted by the University of Kentucky shows there are fewer new cases of lung cancer in communities with strong smoke ... Hahn says smoke-free laws have improved public health ... read more

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Lower lung cancer rates in communities with strong smoke-free laws, study shows

University of Kentucky. (2017, November 29). Lower lung cancer rates in communities with strong smoke-free laws, study shows: Communities with strong smoke-free workplace laws have fewer new diagnoses ... read more



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