Biochemically-verified smoking rate trends and factors associated with inaccurate self-reporting of smoking habits in Korean women.

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BACKGROUND Lung cancer is a major cause of Korean female mortality and is clearly associated with smoking. The Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES IV-2,3), which included both self-reports of smoking and urinary cotinine data, revealed a significant discrepancy between the prevalence of self-reported and biochemically-verified… (More)

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