Source: The Mercury, 2 April, 1992, p.1
A recently-published study by a professor of environmental health at Colorado State Universi- ty, has found dogs with owners who smoke are slightly more likely to develop lung cancer - but only if the dogs have short noses. Long-nosed dogs were no more likely to develop lung cancer than dogs living in non- smoking households. The bad news was those same dogs might have a higher risk of nasal cancer.
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