When one puffs on a cigarette, he оr she inhales the cigarette smoke through the mouth, then the smoke goes to the larynx and down to the lungs. From there, nicotine enters the bloodstream and reaches all organs of the smoker’s body. It logically follows that smokers run a higher risk of developing cancer at the vocal tract and the lungs. Because deposits of carcinogens could be traced to all of the smoker’s organs, they are also threatened by malicious tumors.
Scientists have discovered that smoking also results in the development of cancer of the kidney, bladder, pancreas, stomach, and cervix, as well as acute myeloid leukemia.
Still, when we think of smoking and cancer, the issue that pops up in our mind is lung cancer. UK health authorities have estimated that cigarette smoking accounts for ninety percent of the lung cancer death cases among men and eighty percent among women. Furthermore, lung cancer is the leading cause for cancer-related death and most of the lung cancer cases are caused by cigarette smoking.….READ MORE ON THE NEXT PAGE