/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Cancer incidence and cancer death in relation to tobacco smoking in a population-based Australian cohort study /manager/Repository/uon:48997 35 cigarettes/day. Lung cancer risk was lower with quitting at any age but remained higher than never-smokers for quitters aged >25y. By age 80y, an estimated 48.3% of current-smokers (41.1% never-smokers) will develop cancer, and 14% will develop lung cancer, including 7.7% currently smoking 1-5 cigarettes/day and 26.4% for >35 cigarettes/day (1.0% never-smokers). Cancer risk for Australian smokers is significant, even for 'light' smokers. These contemporary estimates underpin the need for continued investment in strategies to prevent smoking uptake and facilitate cessation, which remain key to reducing cancer morbidity and mortality worldwide.]]> Wed 03 May 2023 12:03:16 AEST ]]> Statistical projection methods for lung cancer incidence and mortality: a systematic review /manager/Repository/uon:45167 Thu 27 Oct 2022 14:53:13 AEDT ]]> Lung cancer mortality in Australia in the twenty-first century: how many lives can be saved with effective tobacco control? /manager/Repository/uon:37419 Thu 27 Jan 2022 15:57:36 AEDT ]]> Lung cancer mortality in Australia: projected outcomes to 2040 /manager/Repository/uon:33644 Thu 27 Jan 2022 15:55:39 AEDT ]]> Raking of data from a large Australian cohort study improves generalisability of estimates of prevalence of health and behaviour characteristics and cancer incidence /manager/Repository/uon:51422 Mon 04 Sep 2023 14:57:22 AEST ]]>