REPORT: Lung cancer risk could be higher due to common blood pressure pills, research finds

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Blood pressure pills taken by millions worldwide could raise the risk of lung cancer, research has found.

It showed that patients on ACE inhibitors were 14 per cent more likely to develop the cancer than those on other types of drugs.

The article goes on to state the following:

The risk went up the longer patients were on the medication. Those taking them for five years were 22 per cent more likely to get lung cancer rising to 31 per cent if they were on them for ten years.

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