Quit smoking at age 60: Lower risk for heart attack and stroke within the first five years

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Quit smoking at age 60: Lower risk for heart attack and stroke within the first five years
Quit smoking at age 60: Lower risk for heart attack and stroke within the first five years
In the most comprehensive study ever on the impact of smoking on cardiovascular disease in older people, epidemiologist Dr. Ute Mons from the German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ) analyzed 25 individual studies, compiling data from over half a million individuals age 60 and older.
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