According to the WHO, tobacco kills more than 8 million people worldwide each year. Reports in the last decade suggest that over 15,000 Greeks die from smoking-related causes each year.
Some states have cracked down on breast density monitoring as they've required that women be apprised of their breast density status, but others are lagging behind.
"The myth of 'If I don't smoke, I won't get lung cancer' has been very damaging," said one expert.
Researchers examine the best way to reduce the risk.
Preventing the human papillomavirus is critical for reducing rates of certain cancers, according to 69 of the nation's leading clinical and research facilities.