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CoViD-19 Appears to Affect Smokers Less
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[quote:Revbo™:MV80MjczMTA1Xzc3ODQ2NjMyXzUxMTA4MjE0] Just when I give up on the Asians-only conspiracy, here comes another monkey wrench. Please don't any of you smokers out there think you're out of the woods, though. There were smokers in the sample, albeit a statistically very small number relative to the percentage of smokers in China. I wonder what the percentage of vapers there were in the study and if that has the same effect. My wife and I were both 15-year smokers who switched about 4 years ago. [/quote]
This is the first study I've seen on a group of Wuhan patients and the results are dumbfounding. In addition to the data presented below, the average age in the study was 57, so it appears that Kung Flu prefers healthy, developed lungs. I've only read a few pages of this, so everybody dig in and see if you come to the same conclusions.
link to onlinelibrary.wiley.com (secure)
smokers are not affected: Asthma or other allergic diseases was not reported by any of the patients. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD, 1.4%) and current smokers (1.4%) were rare.
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