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How does tobacco use reduce the efficacy or increase the morbidity of cancer treatment?

Existing evidence does not adequately evaluate the effects with consideration of the patients’ past history of tobacco use and the tobacco use during and after cancer treatment. The toxicity and expense of many cancer therapies warrant a better understanding of how concurrent tobacco use undermines efficacy or increases morbidity.

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Idea No. 783