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By Laura Ungar
Every year, 3,500 Kentuckians lose their lives to lung cancer — and smoking has long been blamed as the culprit.
But scientists now say it may not be acting alone.
A growing body of research, including two studies under way at the University of Kentucky, shows the risk of lung cancer is much higher for smokers exposed to carcinogens such as radon, asbestos, arsenic or chromium.
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