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About 90% of women with lung cancer in Taiwan are non-smokers, and the National Health Research Institutes has suggested that kitchen fumes may be responsible for lung cancer in women. To reduce the possibility of women getting lung cancer from kitchen fumes, a new type of kitchen hood was developed. With this product, not only can it absorb fumes, but also the remaining smell around the kitchen hood can be purified through the filter.Simply put, this is a new product that combines a kitchen hood and an air purifier.