Home Alzheimer’s Disease Young Adults with Cancer History More Likely to Use and Report Usage...

Young Adults with Cancer History More Likely to Use and Report Usage of Electronic Cigarettes

Young adults with a history of cancer were more likely to report using electronic cigarettes than young adults who did not have a history of cancer, according to a recent report published in JAMA Oncology.

Even more, across almost all demographic groups analyzed, respondents with a history of cancer reported higher rates of electronic cigarette usage than respondents without a history of cancer.

“Almost half of young adult cancer survivors indicated they had ever used e-cigarettes and, among these, more than one-quarter indicated they were currently using e-cigarettes,” wrote the researchers. “Further, we identified higher rates of use among young adults with a history of cancer relative to their peers without cancer.”

The researchers also found statistically significant evidence that young adults with a history of cancer were more likely to remain electronic cigarette users…

Continue Reading to the Source

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Parasite found in undercooked meat linked with risk of rare brain cancer

submitted by /u/Meat_Mithkabob Continue Reading to the Source

Living up to expectations : braincancer

Hey everyone!I wrote a little something about some of the comments you often hear from others and how sometimes you feel like you need...

My Brain Tumor Taught Me To Shift My Perspective on These 5 Things

submitted by /u/andrewjoegeorge Continue Reading to the Source

Recent Comments