Can secondhand smoke cause lung cancer?

Being around secondhand smoke on a regular basis can make a person more likely to develop lung cancer. This is why it is important to have smoke-free restaurants, parks, workplaces, and other areas. It is also important not to smoke around other people, especially children, even at home or in the car.

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