160 new cases of cancer are being reported every day due to smoking!

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Cigarette smoke is a slow poison that is slowly destroying your body. According to a recent study, every day 160 new people are suffering from cancer due to smoking.

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Cigarette smoke is a slow poison that is slowly destroying your body. According to a recent study, every day 160 new people are suffering from cancer due to smoking. This shocking revelation rings a serious alarm bell for our society.

A recent study by Cancer Research UK has revealed the frightening consequences of smoking cigarettes. According to the study, around 160 people in the UK are diagnosed with smoking-related cancer every day, which amounts to around 58,000 cases annually. This report is a serious warning that highlights the dangers of cigarettes.

Cigarettes: The leading cause of cancer

Studies have found that cigarette smoking is the leading cause of cancer in the UK. It is responsible for one in seven cancer cases. Although the number of smokers has fallen, cancer cases are still rising due to population growth and the damage done years ago. Health organizations want the new Labour government to fulfill Rishi Sunak's promise to ban cigarettes completely.

Cancer Research UK's warning

Dr Ian Walker, policy director at Cancer Research UK, said that every hour in the UK six people are diagnosed with cancer caused by smoking. Cigarettes are an extremely toxic substance and have no place in our future.

Smoking is responsible for many types of cancer.

Caris Bates, an epidemiologist at Cancer Research UK, said: "Smoking remains the biggest cause of cancer in the UK and is responsible for 16 types of cancer, including some of the most common cancers such as lung, breast and bowel. Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do for your health.

Record-breaking cancer cases

Cancer Research UK estimates that 57,555 smoking-related cancers will be diagnosed in 2023. This is 17 percent more than the 49,325 cases found in 2003 and also more than the 56,091 cases found in 2013, meaning it is the highest figure ever recorded. The total number of cases of all types of cancer diagnosed in the UK each year is around 400,000.

Cigarette poisons harm health.

The chemicals and tar in cigarettes damage the DNA of cells, which can lead to the development of tumors. Lung cancer is most directly linked to smoking and accounts for about half of all cancer cases caused by smoking. But it is also said to cause tumors of the liver, throat, and kidneys, with these cases doubling in the last 20 years.