Potential Health Risks of Tobacco and E-cigarettes

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Potential Health Risks of Tobacco and E-cigarettes
Polish public health expert Professor Robert Mróz warns that tobacco products contain over 7000 chemicals, 70 of which can cause cancer.

According to Polish media outlet Poranny, Professor Robert Mróz, a public health expert in Poland, has highlighted that tobacco products contain more than 7000 chemical substances, 70 of which can cause cancer. These products not only increase the risk of lung cancer, throat cancer, esophageal cancer, stomach cancer, and other types of cancer in various organs, but they can also lead to diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and chronic bronchitis. Every year, approximately 23,000 people in Poland are diagnosed with lung cancer.


Professor Moroz reminded the general public that while heated tobacco and e-cigarettes are considered alternatives to traditional cigarettes, they still pose potential health risks.


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