Closing the gap between gay, heterosexual smokers - Gay smokers
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Background The prevalence of smoking is high among gay males. The need for culturally specific support has been acknowledged, but little is. Studies over the past decade suggest that gay men smoke at higher rates than men in the general U.S. population. This puts gay and bisexual men at high risk for smoking-related illness. If you smoke, you may have higher rates of cancer, heart disease, stroke, and chronic.