Countless studies and personal accounts have shown time and time again that smoking is dangerous, can lead to serious health issues and above all, can significantly increase the risk of lung cancer. Some statistics even suggest that lung cancer is responsible for more deaths in the United States than colon, breast and pancreatic cancers, combined.
Despite health warnings and campaigns to prevent this health issue, some U.S. states have not picked up on the message. However, risk isn't always just about preventative measures; sometimes, it's also about certain genetic factors, too.
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