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Nicotine Carcinogen (TOBACCO)
Cadmium Carcinogen (Car Batteries)
Napthylamine Carcinogen
Pyrene Carcinogen
Benzopyrene Carcinogen
Toluidine Carcinogen
Urethane Carcinogen
Vinyl Chloride Carcinogen
Polonium-210 Carcinogen
Dibenzacridine Carcinogen
Carbon Monoxide Poisonous gas in Car Exhaust
Hydrogen Cyanide Poison used in gas Chambers
Phenol Disinfectant
Arsenic White Ant Poison
DDT Insecticide
Butane Lighter Fuel
Methanol Rocket Fuel
Acetone Paint Stripper
Ammonia Floor Cleaner
Toluene Industrial Solvent
Napthalene Dimethylnitrosamine Moth Balls

Source: The Times of India – Friday September 12, 2003

No ifs no buts….smoking kills. Figures available with the World Health Organisation (WHO) prove that smoking is the single largest preventable cause of death worldwide. The facts are strikingly shocking. Of everyone alive today 5,00,000,000 will eventually be killed by tobacco-use. Smoking is responsible for 90 percent of all forms of lung cancer, and 75 percent of cases involving chronic bronchitis and emphysema. Tobacco smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals, 60 of which-including arsenic, used in ant poison; methanol, found in rocket fuel; and DDT, an insecticide-are either known or suspected to be carcinogens. The cigarette lodged between your fingertips is the stick of death. It’s time to wakeup to reality today. Tomorrow could be too late.

Top 10 Preventable Causes of Death:

  • Heart disease (primarily caused by smoking)
  • Cancer (primarily caused by smoking)
  • Stroke (primarily caused by smoking)
  • Chronic obstructive lung diseases (primarily caused by smoking)
  • Sexually-transmitted diseases
  • Accidents
  • Diabetes
  • Suicide
  • Kidney diseases (possibly induced by smoking)
  • Liver diseases (possibly induced by smoking)

Smoking is the single-largest preventable cause of death worldwide (Based on WHO report For the western Pacific region).