A MAYO CLINIC STUDY SAYS MEN WHO SMOKE APPEAR TO RESPOND LESS TO CHRONIC
MORE THAN TWELVE-HUNDRED MEN AND WOMEN UNDERGOING OUTPATIENT CARE PARTICIPATED IN THE THREE-WEEK STUDY.
PREVIOUS STUDIES SHOWED SMOKERS DIDN'T BENEFIT FROM PAIN TREATMENT BECAUSE THEY WERE IN WORSE SHAPE HEADING IN.
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