Skin cancer: Women who smoke for 20 years are twice as likely to develop non-melanoma form of condition

Women who smoke for 20 years are twice as likely to develop disfiguring form of skin cancer Women who smoke raise their risk of the skin cancer squamous cell carcinoma Women who smoke are more likely to suffer from skin cancer, scientists say. Females are at greater risk than men of being diagnosed with a form of the disease that can spread to other organs