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DNA damage caused by smoking may last a lifetime

03:01 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | News-Medical.net

Results of a study published this week show that the effects of smoking on DNA are wide-reaching and some persist long after a person has stopped smoking. The information gained may help improve our understanding of smoking-related diseases.

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