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Transgender women who begin hormone therapy more likely to quit smoking

(Boston University Medical Center) While there has been much concern about the potential harm from transgender medical intervention (hormone therapy), a new study has found that transgender women who receive hormone therapy are more likely to quit or decrease smoking cigarettes as compared to the general population.
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