Do not die from lung cancer.

Smoking tobacco contributes to up to 90% of all lung cancer deaths and is known to cause chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) such as emphysema and bronchitis. Even nonsmokers who are regularly exposed to secondhand smoke have a 20–30% higher risk of developing lung cancer.

However, quitting smoking and/or staying away from secondhand smoke will greatly reduce your chances of developing lung cancer/disease.

What to do?

[In our mobile application, you will find a detailed list of actions for this habit]

If you have the app installed