Quit Smoking – Organ-Specific Carcinogens in Tobacco Smoke

Beginning in World War I (~1914) annual cigarette consumption in U.S. increased in men, followed by women, reaching a peak of 4336 cigarettes per capita in 1963. (Approximately 216 packs of cigarettes per person). After the Surgeon General’s Advisory Committee report, released in 1964, concluded that cigarette smoking is one of the most important risk […]