Despite the numerous health warnings aimed at smokers to persuade them to quit their smoking habit, many people still do reach out for a cigarette. It poses the question; do smokers really care about cancer?
A recent survey showed that smokers are more likely to develop prostate cancer, but only half of these people are likely to get themselves checked in the first place. This research comes from professional researchers from Plymouth, Italy and America, who showed the links between the smoking habit and prostate disease.
The survey went on to show that around 50% of non-smokers and around 65% of ex-smokers had been screened for prostate disease, but only 30% of smokers had actually been screened for prostate disease.