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How can an illness traditionally associated with smokers or due to passive smoking (due to you inhaling other family members cigarettes) be increasingly affecting individuals without any smoking history? Could epigenetics explain some of this phenomenon?
Haven't you heard someone greet a new study by saying, "It doesn't mean a thing. These studies are always contradicting each other"? The more science rules, the greater the resistance to it.