Vanderbilt and Meharry study finds mentholated cigarettes no more harmful than non-mentholated brands

Individuals who smoke mentholated cigarettes are no more likely to develop lung cancer or to die from the disease than smokers of non-mentholated cigarettes, according to a new study led by William Blot, Ph.D., professor of Medicine, Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center (VICC), Nashville, Tenn.; and colleagues at VICC; Meharry Medical College (MMC), Nashville; and the International Epidemiology Institute (IEI), Rockville, Md. View full post on Health News

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