New urine test found for detecting cancer risk in smokers

At the meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research, a recent research claims to have found 2 chemicals that are directly related to the cancer risk in smokers. These chemicals are founding the Urine. According to Bloomberg news, these chemicals are by-products of smoking and a high level present in the blood made the person 8.5% more likely to get lung cancer, when compared to those smokers who had a lower level of these chemicals in their urine. Sadly, the announcement said that it would take around 3-5 more years to make this test commercially and publicly available.
Meanwhile, the best to way to lower your chances of lung cancer is to stop smoking altogether.