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Smokers with airway obstruction are more likely to quit smoking
  1. M Bednarek1,
  2. D Gorecka1,
  3. J Wielgomas2,
  4. M Czajkowska-Malinowska3,
  5. J Regula4,
  6. G Mieszko-Filipczyk5,
  7. M Jasionowicz6,
  8. R Bijata-Bronisz7,
  9. M Lempicka-Jastrzebska8,
  10. M Czajkowski9,
  11. G Przybylski10,
  12. J Zielinski1
  1. 12nd Department of Respiratory Medicine, National Research Institute of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, Warsaw, Poland
  2. 2Outpatient Chest Clinic, Wloclawek, Poland
  3. 3Outpatient Chest Clinic, Bydgoszcz, Poland
  4. 4Outpatient Chest Clinic, Dzialdowo, Poland
  5. 5Outpatient Chest Clinic, Bytom, Poland
  6. 6Outpatient Chest Clinic, Lublin, Poland
  7. 7Outpatient Chest Clinic, Inowroclaw, Poland
  8. 8Outpatient Chest Clinic, Warsaw (Ochota), Poland
  9. 9Outpatient Chest Clinic, Warsaw (Saska Kepa), Poland
  10. 10Outpatient Chest Clinic, Swiecie, Poland
  1. Correspondence to:
    Professor J Zielinski
    National Research Institute of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, 2nd Department of Respiratory Medicine, 26 Plocka Street, 01-138 Warsaw, Poland;j.zielinski{at}igichp.edu.pl

Footnotes

  • Published Online First 29 June 2006

  • Supported by Polish State Committee for Scientific Research grant no. 6 PO5D 029 21.

  • Competing interests: none declared.

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Footnotes

  • Published Online First 29 June 2006

  • Supported by Polish State Committee for Scientific Research grant no. 6 PO5D 029 21.

  • Competing interests: none declared.

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