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From: A comparison of gender-linked population cancer risks between alcohol and tobacco: how many cigarettes are there in a bottle of wine?

Fig. 1

Methodology used to calculate the percentage absolute increase in lifetime risk of cancer attributable to drinking ten units of alcohol, or smoking ten cigarettes per week. * Fig. 1 illustrates the percentage increase in RR of cancer due to consuming ten units of alcohol or ten cigarettes per week, however RR for consuming higher quantities of alcohol and tobacco were also examined

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