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Are there gender differences in self-reported smoking practices? Correlation with thiocyanate and cotinine levels in smokers and nonsmokers from the Pawtucket Heart Health Program.

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Are there gender differences in self-reported smoking practices? Correlation with thiocyanate and cotinine levels in smokers and nonsmokers from the Pawtucket Heart Health Program.

Journal of women's health (2002) , Volume 11 (10): 8 – May 13, 2003

Are there gender differences in self-reported smoking practices? Correlation with thiocyanate and cotinine levels in smokers and nonsmokers from the Pawtucket Heart Health Program.


Abstract

This study compared serum cotinine and thiocyanate in assessment of self-reported smoking behavior among 1400 men and 1809 women from two New England communities.

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ISSN
1540-9996
DOI
10.1089/154099902762203731
pmid
12630407

Abstract

This study compared serum cotinine and thiocyanate in assessment of self-reported smoking behavior among 1400 men and 1809 women from two New England communities.

Journal

Journal of women's health (2002)Pubmed

Published: May 13, 2003

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