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April 2006 Issue

Diet May Help Protect Nonsmokers (and Even Smokers) Against Lung Cancer

Although it accounts for only 13% of cancer diagnoses, lung cancer is responsible for almost a third of all cancer deaths. Research increasingly suggests that what you eat may offer some protection against lung cancer, even if you smoke.

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