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People started to get more lung cancer due to dirty air in cities



For adenocarcinoma of the lung, genetics, environmental factors and lifestyle have been proven to play a role in its development. But squamous cell lung cancer is often associated with a history of smoking.

A new study found that a 0.1 microgram per cubic meter (mcg / m3) increase in soot in the Earth’s atmosphere is associated with a 12 percent increase in lung adenocarcinoma worldwide. All this is connected with fuel combustion and transport.

Meanwhile, a 1% decline in smoking prevalence was associated with a 9% drop in the incidence of squamous cell lung cancer worldwide.

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