Published in Cancer Weekly, September 22nd, 1997
The compound, NNK, is found in the urine of people exposed to tobacco smoke but not in those who have not breathed someone else's smoke, Stephen Hecht and colleagues at the University of Minnesota Cancer Center in Minneapolis found. They told a meeting of the American Chemical Society in Las Vegas, Nevada, that NNK is found only in tobacco smoke.
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