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

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1964 report. See Smoking and Health: Report of the Advisory Committee to the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service (1964 report)
1967 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking: A Public Health Service Review (1967 report)
1968 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking: 1968 Supplement to the 1967 Public Health Service Review (1968 report)
1969 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking: 1969 Supplement to the 1967 Public Health Service Review (1969 report)
1971 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking (1971 report)
1972 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking (1972 report)
1973 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking (1973 report)
1974 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking (1974 report)
1975 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking (1975 report)
1976 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking: Selected Chapters from 1971 through 1975 (1976 report)
1979 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking, 1977– 1978 (1979 report); Smoking and Health (1979 report)
1980 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking for Women (1980 report)
1981 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking–The Changing Cigarette (1981 report)
1982 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking–Cancer (1982 report)
1983 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking– Cardiovascular Disease (1983 report)
1984 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking– Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (1984 report)
1985 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking– Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease in the Workplace (1985 report)
1986 report. See The Health Consequences of Involuntary Smoking (1986 report); The Health Consequences of Using Smokeless Tobacco (1986 report)
1988 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking– Nicotine Addiction (1988 report)
1989 report. See Reducing the Health Consequences of Smoking–25 Years of Progress (1989 report)
1990 report. See The Health Benefits of Smoking Cessation (1990 report)
1992 report. See Smoking and Health in the Americas (1992 report)
1994 report. See Preventing Tobacco Use Among Young People (1994 report)
1998 report. See Tobacco Use Among U.S. Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups (1998 report)
2000 report. See Reducing Tobacco Use (2000 report)
2001 report. See Women and Smoking (2001 report)
2004 report. See The Health Consequences of Smoking (2004 report)
2006 report. See The Health Consequences of Involuntary Exposure to Tobacco Smoke (2006 report)
2010 report. See How Tobacco Smoke Causes Disease–The Biologic and Behavioral Basis for Smoking-Attibutable Disease (2010 report)
2012 report. See Preventing Tobacco Use Among Youth and Young Adults (2012 report)

A
AAT. See α-1-antitrypsin (AAT)
Accidents
active smoking, and evolution of conclusions regarding, 87t
conclusions of Advisory Committee (1964), 101t
Acrolein
cardiovascular disease, 421–422
effects on immunity, 560
Active cigarette smoking. See also Cigarette smoking asthma, acute exacerbation of, 375
breast cancer
cigarette smoking status, 231, 233, 234f, 235f
cigarettes smoked per day, 236–237, 238f
duration of cigarette smoking, 233–236, 237f, 277
ever smoking status, 226–229, 227f, 228f, 230f
evolution of conclusions regarding, 67, 70t
hormone receptor status, 245–247
menopausal status, 242–245
mortality, 276–277
no active versus no active/no passive smoking status, 229, 231, 232f, 233f
pack-years of cigarette smoking, 237–240, 239f
risk for, 215–225, 218t
studies of, 215–225, 218t
summary points, 254–255
timing of exposure to tobacco smoke, 240–242, 241f, 243f

Note:tfollowing a number refers to a table;ffollowing a number refers to a figure;Spreceding number indicates supplement.

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