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Women who quit before 40 significantly improve mortality risk. Practitioner 2013;257 (1761):10

Women who quit before 40 significantly improve mortality risk

23 May 2013Pais-up subscribers

Women who give up smoking before the age of 40 reduce their excess mortality risk by 90% and those who stop before 30 by > 97%, results from the Million Women Study have shown.

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