Smokers are more likely to have molecular features of cancerization in the large airway epithelium. Smokers with COPD had significant changes in the small airway epithelium. Findings could lead to development of a diagnostic test. SAN DIEGO — Smoking may be associated with the development of molecular...
Tue, Jan 10 2012
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