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PCB increases harmful effects of smoking
– The study was performed within the framework of the so-called PIVUS study, which comprehends some 1,000 70-year-old men and women in Uppsala. The results show that the risk of having died at the 8-year follow-up was 40 per cent higher for smokers with low levels of PCB in their blood compared with non-smokers.
For smokers with high levels of PCB, the risk was fully 640 per cent higher.
* PLOS MY 2014 PIVUS — at Vitamin and Herb Stores.

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