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IJC_24149_sm_suppfigures1-6.doc225KSupporting Figure 1. Fit of the TSCE model for current female smokers 20 cig/day and 40 cig/day. Green dots represent observed mortality rates and red curve represents the predicted mortality rate using TSCE model and response function 2. Supporting Figure 2. Fit of the TSCE model for current male smokers 20 cig/day and 40 cig/day. Green dots represent observed mortality rates and red curve represents the predicted mortality rate using TSCE model and response function 2. Supporting Figure 3. Fit of the TSCE model for current female smokers 20 cig/day. Green dots represent observed mortality rates and red curve represents the predicted mortality rate using TSCE model and response function 2. The overall incidence is the incidence for smokers with different smoking intensities and durations. Supporting Figure 4. Fit of the TSCE model for current female smokers 40 cig/day. Green dots represent observed mortality rates and red curve represents the predicted mortality rate using TSCE model and response function 2. The overall incidence is the incidence for smokers with different smoking intensities and durations. Supporting Figure 5. Fit of the TSCE model for current male smokers 20 cig/day. Green dots represent observed mortality rates and red curve represents the predicted mortality rate using TSCE model and response function 2. The overall incidence is the incidence for smokers with different smoking intensities and durations. Supporting Figure 6. Fit of the TSCE model for current male smokers 40 cig/day Green dots represent observed mortality rates and red curve represents the predicted mortality rate using TSCE model and response function 2. The overall incidence is the incidence for smokers with different smoking intensities and durations.

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