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Cancer survivors are no more likely to give up smoking, reduce alcohol consumption or become more active

The post-treatment behaviour of cancer survivors is not necessarily going to see them give up smoking, cut down on alcohol or exercise more often, according to new research published in the British Journal of Cancer on Wednesday.

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