The Health Consequences of Smoking--50 Years of Progress: A Report of the Surgeon General

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List of Abbreviations
4-ABP4-aminobiphenyl
AAPAmerican Academy of Pediatrics
AATα-1 antitrypsin
ACEacute coronary events
ACOGAmerican Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
ACSAmerican Cancer Society
ADHDattention deficit hyperactivity disorder
AMAAmerican Medical Association
AMDage-related macular degeneration
AMIacute myocardial infarction
anti-CCPanti-cyclic citrullinated peptide
anti-HCVantibodies to hepatitis C virus
ANRAmericans for Nonsmokers’ Rights
ANRFAmerican Nonsmokers’ Rights Foundation
AORadjusted odds ratio
ARICAtherosclerosis Risk in Communities
ASSISTAmerican Stop Smoking Intervention Study
ATSAmerican Thoracic Society
B[a]Pbenzo[a]pyrene
BACHBoston Area Community Health survey
BALTbronchus-associated lymphoid tissue
BATBritish American Tobacco
BCFRBreast Cancer Family Registry
BMIbody mass index
BregB regulatory cells
BRFSSBehavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
B&WBrown & Williamson Tobacco Co.
Cal/EPACalifornia Environmental Protection Agency
CBCLchild behavior checklist
CBOCongressional Budget Office
CC16Clara cell secretory protein 16
CDCCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
CFcystic fibrosis
CFTRcystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator
CHARGECohorts for Heart and Aging Research in Genomic Epidemiology
CHDcoronary heart disease
CHFcongestive heart failure
CIconfidence interval
CISNETCancer Intervention and Surveillance Modeling Network
CL/Pcleft lip with or without cleft palate
CLUE IICampaign Against Cancer and Heart Disease
cmcentimeter
CMSCenters for Medicare & Medicaid Services
CNScentral nervous system
CNVchoroidal neovascularization
COcarbon monoxide
COLDchronic obstructive lung disease
COMMITCommunity Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation
COPDchronic obstructive pulmonary disease
COSMICCatalogue of Somatic Mutations in Cancer
CPcleft palate
CPPCollaborative Perinatal Project
CPSCancer Prevention Study
CRPC-reactive protein
CSEcigarette smoke extract
CTcomputed tomography
CTRThe Council for Tobacco Research—U.S.A., Inc.
CVDcardiovascular disease
CYPcytochrome P-450
DALYsdisability-adjusted life years
DAMPsdamage-associated molecular patterns
DFSdecayed/filled tooth surface
DFTdecayed/filled permanent teeth
dLdeciliter
DMFdecayed/missing due to caries/filled
DMFSdecayed/missing due to caries/filled tooth surface
DMFTdecayed/missing due to caries/filled permanent teeth
DODU.S. Department of Defense
DOJU.S. Department of Justice
DTPsdissolvable tobacco products
E1estrone
E2estradiol
E3estriol
ECLIPSEEvaluation of COPD Longitudinally to Identify Predictive Surrogate Endpoints

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