COVID-19 attacks the lungs. Past research shows that smoking and vaping may amplify the coronavirus.
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Coronavirus, Smoking, Vaping: Studies From the Past That Alarm Scientists
Producer: Kit R. Roane
Editor: Heru Muharrar
As scientists race to understand COVID-19, some are turning to research from the past that shows how smoking and vaping make the lungs vulnerable, amplifying the lethal power of the coronavirus.Transcript
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