Nearly All Cancers Can Be Caused by Smoking Tobacco.
The link between tobacco cigarettes and lung cancer is widely known. In reality, smoking tobacco & nicotine causes 90% of lung cancer fatalities, and lung cancer kills more women each year than breast cancer does.
The chemicals in tobacco cigarette smoke enter your bloodstream through your lungs when you smoke. Because of this, smoking tobacco has been linked to a variety of illnesses, including cancers of the blood, cervix, colon, rectum, esophagus, liver, pancreas, stomach, and more. Additionally, smoking tobacco impairs the immune system of the body, making cancer cells more resistant to destruction. Consider this: 1 in 3 cancer deaths in the United States would not occur if no one smoked tobacco.