Elyse R. Park, Sandra J. Japuntich, Nancy A. Rigotti, Lara Traeger, Yulei He, Robert B. Wallace, Jennifer L. Malin, Jennifer P. Zallen and Nancy L. Keating A snapshot of smokers after lung and colorectal cancer diagnosis Cancer 118
Version of Record online: 23 JAN 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.26545
Smoking rates in the population-based Cancer Care Outcomes Research and Surveillance cohort survey of lung and colorectal cancer patients are 39% and 14%, respectively, at the time of cancer diagnosis; and the rates 5 months after lung and colorectal cancer diagnosis are 14% and 9%, respectively. Factors predicting continued smoking differ by cancer type.
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