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Press Release. Researchers at the University of ColoradoÂDenver are currently studying how second-hand smoke affects the lungs of rats, and so far it appears that second-hand smoke triggers a complex inflammatory response. Adelheid Kratzer, an investigator in the Department of MedicineÂs Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care under principal investigator Laima Taraseviciene-Stewart, will present the teamÂs research at the 2010 American Physiological Society (APS) conference, Inflammation, Immunity, and Cardiovascular Disease, in Westminster Colorado, August 25-28. The full conference program can be found at http://the-aps.org/meetings/aps/inflammation/.
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