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Women smokers who quit by 30 'evade earlier death risks'
by James Gallagher, Health and science reporter
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27 October 2012
On 27 October 2012 BBC News reported:
Women who give up smoking by the age of 30 will almost completely avoid the risks of dying early from tobacco-related diseases, according to a study of more than a million women in the UK. Lead researcher Prof Sir Richard Peto, from Oxford University stated, 'Stopping works, amazingly well actually. Smoking kills, stopping works, and the earlier you stop the better.'
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