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Over 400,000 individuals die prematurely each year in the United States from cigarette use: one out of every five deaths nationwide. Approximately 40% of smokers will die prematurely unless they are able to quit; major diseases caused by cigarette smoking are listed in Table 204-1.

TABLE 204-1: RELATIVE RISKS FOR CURRENT SMOKERS OF CIGARETTES
Disease or ConditionCurrent Smokers
MalesFemales
Coronary heart disease
 Age 35–642.83.1
 Age ≥651.51.6
Cerebrovascular disease
 Age 35–643.34
 Age ≥651.61.5
Aortic aneurysm6.27.1
Chronic airway obstruction10.613.1
Cancer
 Lung23.312.7
 Larynx14.613
 Lip, oral cavity, pharynx10.95.1
 Esophagus6.87.8
 Bladder, other urinary organs3.32.2
 Kidney2.71.3
 Pancreas2.32.3
 Stomach21.4
 Liver1.71.7
 Colorectal1.21.2
 Cervix1.6
 Acute myeloid leukemia1.41.4
Sudden infant death syndrome2.3
Infant respiratory distress syndrome1.3
Low birth weight at delivery1.8

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