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Read Andrew's Story
Andrew's Lung Cancer Risk Profile email this page to a friendemail this page
  • Age 68
  • Has smoked cigarettes since age 16 
  • Switched to a low-tar brand 5 years ago 
  • Smokes in his home
Test your knowledge of Andrew's risk factors for lung cancer.
Switching to low-tar cigarettes 5 years ago has reduced Andrew's risk of lung cancer.
Since Andrew is the only smoker in his home, his wife's risk of developing lung cancer from secondhand smoke is low.
Andrew has smoked for so long that quitting at this point won’t make any difference in whether or not he develops lung cancer.
Click the numbered tabs at the top of the page to learn how-and if-you can reduce your lung cancer risk.

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