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Is smoking marijuana a cancer risk factor?
Marijuana smoke contains several of the same cancer-causing agents (carcinogens) as tobacco but in higher amounts. This raises the concern that smoking marijuana may be a risk factor for cancer.
Is smoking weed as carcinogenic as smoking cigarettes?
Yet in terms of clinical studies, smoking marijuana hasn鈥檛 actually proven to be as carcinogenic as smoking cigarettes, despite the similarities in the chemical makeups of cannabis and tobacco. In fact, researchers have straight-up found that smoking weed doesn鈥檛 give you lung cancer.
Is marijuana smoke more harmful than tobacco smoke?
At least 50 of the carcinogens in tobacco smoke are also present in marijuana smoke. The simple truth is that burning plant matter produces a lot of harmful chemicals, regardless of which plant it is. There are some differences between marijuana and tobacco smoke, but on the whole they鈥檙e very similar.
Does marijuana cause head cancer?
From the WebMD Archives May 8, 2000 (Boston) — Marijuana, unlike tobacco and alcohol, does not appear to cause head, neck, or lung cancer, says a researcher from Johns Hopkins Medical School in Baltimore who presented findings from a study here recently at a meeting of internal medicine physicians.