Philadelphia Police Department Annual Audit, Fiscal, 1994
Presents a detailed & comprehensive picture of the disease consequences that result directly from smoking cigarettes. Chapters: cigarette smoking behavior in the U.S.; Amer. Cancer Soc. Cancer Prevention Study (12-year follow-up); trends in tobacco smoking & mortality from cigarette use; age & exposure-response relationships between cigarette smoking & premature death; smoking & mortality: the Kaiser Permanente experience; former cigarette smoking & mortality among U.S. Vets; & smoking cessation & decreased risks of total mortality, stroke & coronary heart disease incidence among women.
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