Elevated lung cancer risk shortly after smoking cessation: is it due to a reduction of endotoxin exposure?

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Several reports indicate that the risk of lung cancer increases slightly for a short period of time after cessation of smoking while the risk of adverse cardiovascular events drops immediately. Recent studies on subjects occupationally exposed to organic dust-containing endotoxin have revealed lower than expected rates of lung cancer. There is experimental… (More)

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