Chesley Huskins huskincg at
Wed Dec 1 13:51:55 EST 1999

I have recently seen a news story that suggests a genetic mutation in
females may be responsible in causing them to be more susceptible (than
males) to lung cancer if they are currently smoking cigarettes; even if
they have smoked and quit the past.  There is a connection with this to
the presence of estrogen in the female body.  Is anyone familiar with
this, or know of any further information/studies available on this
subject that I can access?

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