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Cover ImagePre-natal exposure to tobacco smoke residue causes profound changes to neonatal cytokines. Read more about how in utero and early-life exposure to thirdhand smoke can impact the immune system in the research article by Snijders and Zhou et al. in Clinical Science (volume 135, issue 8). Cover image adapted from artinspiring via Adobe Stock.Close Modal
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In utero and early-life exposure to thirdhand smoke causes profound changes to the immune system
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