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British company developing ‘Safer Cigarettes

Lung cancer and other cancers are mainly caused by cigarette smoking and smoking with alcohol ten folds increases the risk of cancer occurrence. In order to reduce the risk of cigarette carcinogens, British American Tobacco company is in the process of testing //their new range of “safer cigarette” which they feel will reduce the carcinogen exposure to smokers.

The company is testing their new cigarettes to find its efficacy and carcinogen content exposure, the manufacturers are testing on cigarettes which does not produce smoke and also testing cigarettes with high tech filters which reduces the exposure of humans to the carcinogens. The British Tobacco company is obvious that these new innovative techniques being developed and tested will reduce the occurrence of smoke related diseases upto 90%.


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