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'Pollution to blame for spike in non-smokers developing lung cancer'

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'Pollution to blame for spike in non-smokers developing lung cancer'
Air pollution is being blamed for soaring numbers of non-smokers who are developing lung cancer. Doctors at leading cancer centres in London warned that high levels of pollution are causing a spike in cases of lung cancer. They said, if the trend continues, the number of lung cancer deaths among non-smokers will overtake those who smoke within a decade.
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