Thursday, December 15, 2011

More women will face wrinkles by smoking

Cigarette smoke has long been known to cause skin looks dull and old wrinkles so impressed. But more horrible, smoked for 20 years to grow a malignant cancer that can distort the shape of her face.

A study conducted by experts from Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida proves smoking can increase the risk of various types of non-melanoma skin cancer. One of these is squamous cell carcinoma, which affects the face and can spread.


This type of cancer usually appears first on the lips and ears, and damaging its shape if left untreated. Even if it spreads, lips and ears that can be completely destroyed and the cancer cells spread to the entire face and other body organs.

The case grew to form the face badly damaged are extremely rare, because the symptoms can instantly caught at early stages. Origin dengna be treated and assisted to quit smoking, the possibility of dramatically changing the face can be prevented.

Squamous cell carcinoma can be experienced by anyone regardless of sex, but the risk is increased 2-fold in women who had smoked for more than 20 years. The number of cigarettes smoked per day influences, but the duration of smoking would be more decisive.

"Statistically looks very strong relationship between the risk of squamous cell carcinoma with the length of a woman undergoing the smoking habit," wrote the researchers, Dr. Dana Rollison in the journal Cancer Causes and Control, as quoted from Dailymail, Sunday (12/11/2011).

Various previous studies also say, toxins in cigarette smoke can trigger changes in the DNA (Deoxy ribonucleic acid) are associated with cancer risk. In addition to skin cancer on the face, smoking is also associated with many other cancers, especially lung cancer.



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