Nearly one in 10 cancer survivors reports smoking years after their diagnosis, according to a new study from the American Cancer Society. Researchers analyzed data from 2,938 patients nine years after their diagnosis, and 9.3 percent were current smokers (within the past 30 days). Of those patients, 83 percent smoked every day, averaging 14.7 cigarettes per day.

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