University of Lincoln researchers found that broken bones heal slower in smokers than in nonsmokers, possibly because of the toxic effects of tobacco smoke on bone-healing stem cells. After analyzing stem cells from the fractured area in 50 smokers and nonsmokers, researchers found that cigarette smoking was associated with decreased stem cell development.
Cigarette toxins appear to affect growth of bone-healing stem cells
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