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Study: Smoking increases risk of complications after colorectal surgery

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A study published in the Annals of Surgery has found that smoking increases the risk of complications after major colorectal surgery; current smokers were at a significantly increased risk of postoperative morbidity and mortality. Read more.

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  • Thank you fort the article.My relative who had colon cancer and got treated by colorectal surgeon,Sydney and he also got the same advice to quit smoking.Thank you for sharing the article.

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