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Increasing the amounts and frequency of consumption of cruciferous vegetables may strengthen a woman's defenses against lung cancer.
Creating more space for flavonoid-rich foods in our plate may help protect us from several types of cancer, including breast, lung, ovarian, colorectal, endometrial, stomach, and upper aerodigestive tract cancer.
Frequent use of beta-carotene supplements may accelerate the development of lung cancer in male smokers.
Alcohol consumption at levels equal to or greater than 30 grams per day may facilitate the development of lung cancer independent of smoking status.
Cannabis smoking may trigger the development and spread of cancerous cells and tumors in the lungs and testes.
Habitual consumption of cruciferous vegetables may confer men who are currently non smokers with significant protection against lung cancer.