Lung cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer, and it can develop from any location in the body.

The lungs are particularly susceptible to lung cancer because they account for about 60 percent of all lung cancers.

Air pollution can increase the risk of developing lung cancer, especially if you have certain types of breathing problems.

The new study found that people with air pollution levels above World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines 

were five times more likely to have lung cancer than those who didn’t have any air pollution at all. 

Three out of four people with lung cancer have a history of smoking. The risk is higher among younger people and women, but it also increases with age. 

 Air pollution is a major health threat due to its impact on the lungs.

A new study has found that air pollution could increase the risk of lung cancer in people living in areas with high levels of air pollution.