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An analysis of evidence from multiple scientific studies found six substances that have a strong link to bladder cancer in the urine of people who had used electronic cigarettes and sometimes other tobacco products, researchers from the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and NYU Langone Health reported. "Smoking is the No.1 modifiable behavioral risk factor for bladder cancer," said UNC Lineberger's Marc Bjurlin, [...] "There is now evolving literature showing that people who vape may have similar carcinogens in their urine as combustible cigarette users."