Prevalence and predictors of sustained smoking after cancer diagnosis in Korean men

Smoking significantly affects mortality and horribleness of disease survivors. It is notable that tobacco is a set up reason for malignant growth and various ceaseless maladies, for example, cardiovascular and respiratory sicknesses. Ongoing investigations have proposed that persevering smoking after malignant growth finding is related with expanded disease repeat, second essential malignancy, and all-cause mortality. Smoking suspension at the hour of finding is accounted for to improve illness free endurance of malignant growth patients. Further, smoking may irritate the reactions of malignancy treatment, (for example, agony and queasiness) and disintegrate the personal satisfaction. These discoveries suggest that intercessions for smoking are vital much after the event of the essential disease.

Author(s): Hye Yeon Koo

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