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The accumulated evidence on lung cancer and environmental tobacco smoke -- Hackshaw et al. 315 (7114): 980 -- BMJ
Paper in the British Medical Journal.
Environmental Tobacco Smoke
Focus is on lung cancer caused by secondhand smoke.
Passive Smoking Does Cause Lung Cancer
The World Health Organization (WHO) sets the record straight: secondhand smoke causes lung cancer in non-smokers.

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