Question by  vijetha (104)

How is smoking related to cancer?


Answer by  Cheryll (152)

Smoking is related to cancer because of its carcinogenic contents. Cigarettes contain nicotine which triggers the healthy cells in our body to produce carcinogens. These nicotine carcinogens affects the lungs that cause inflammation to the bronchi. The healthy cells in the bronchi becomes cancer cells which circulates to the bloodstream and affects other oragns in the body.


Answer by  AmirLuskyTinyBoy (229)

When you smoke, you inhale carcinogens, which may cause many cancers. Throat and lung cancer are often the result of a longterm smoking habit, but things like genetic disposition to cancer also play a role. Some people are just more prone to certain types of cancer. Even people who work in smoke-filled environments may be at risk of cancer.


Answer by  sairamesh100yahoocoin (223)

if we smoked at that time lot of things like nicotine out from cigarette, if we smell that kind of item automatically the smell go to our body, it will create a cancer to our human body, so dont use cigarette. try to avoid this. if anyone smoke near to you, please move that place.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Smoking tobacco products results in your lungs turning black, being damaged by the tar and nicotine that is inhaled into your system. Over time the damage done to the tissues and cells in the lungs turns into cancerous cells. Spreading through out the body and getting into your lymph nodes.

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