Can you get cancer from smoked meat?

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PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons), which form when meat is smoked, charred or cooked over an open flame, are also found in tobacco smoke. In general, Turesky says, higher temperatures and longer cooking times lead to higher levels of HAAs and PAHs. The study doesn’t prove that meat caused the cancer, he adds. Jun 3, 2017
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