Expert Video - How does second-hand smoke affect people with COPD?

Expert pulmonologists recommend that patients with COPD avoid exposure to second-hand smoke and other lung irritants that can damage and irritate their lungs and airways. Odor from second-hand smoke can cling to clothing and also be problematic for patients with COPD.

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