In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, an international research team has identified 2 genetic changes that increase the risk of lung cancer by up to 60%. Smoking is the leading risk factor, but scientists are increasingly looking to genetics to explain why some long-time smokers never develop the disease while some non-smokers do.
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