(WTNH)– There are many reasons to quit smoking.
The CDC says it lowers your risk of lung cancer, heart disease and strokes. It also reduces respiratory diseases like COPD. But now new research is giving one more reason to quit smoking.
A study suggests that men who kick the habit, also cut the risk of prostate cancer. Past research shows that men with prostate cancer who smoke are at higher risk for a more aggressive form and have a higher chance of dying from prostate cancer than their non-smoking counterparts.
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