AHA Guest Blog: Stroke survivors less likely than cancer survivors to have quit smoking, says new study
On December 10, 2021
Research Highlights: Almost 40% of stroke survivors who smoked cigarettes before their stroke continue to smoke, a rate that hasn’t decreased in recent decades, according to a new study analyzing national survey data. Stroke survivors with a history of smoking were 28% less likely to have quit smoking compared to cancer survivors who had a history of smoking.
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