20 November 2017
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Researchers from the Netherlands find that passive smoking is detrimental for Crohn's disease patients, while in ulcerative colitis patients, active smoking shows dose-dependent beneficial effects.
Smoking is a remarkable risk factor for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), aggravating Crohn's dis
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