It should not surprise anyone to learn that a new study has found yet another health risk associated with smoking. The findings, published in Cancer Research, show that nicotine may push breast cancer cells from original tumors to other areas, which contributes to the often deadly metastasis.
Lab experiments allowed researchers to determine that nicotine alone isn’t enough to cause tumor migration, but it is certainly a strong contributing factor. The research concluded that nicotine makes breast cancer cells grow more forcefully.
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