Scary scans make smokers stop smoking: new Brock research

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Scary scans make smokers stop smoking: new Brock research

Published on May 28 2014


Smokers, take note. There’s an image that could alarm even the hardest core into giving up the vice for good.
It’s a computer tomography (CT) scan of the smoker’s lungs. The more serious the CT results, the more likely a smoker will be to quit smoking, according to new research by Brock University epidemiologist Martin Tammemagi, published May 28 in the JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

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Scary scans make smokers stop smoking: new Brock research