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Intravenous vitamin C improves endothelial dysfunction in smokers -- Circulation study.

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INTRAVENOUS VITAMIN C MITIGATES ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN SMOKERS in a study by Thomas Heitzer, MD, et al. University of Freiburg, Germany, published in the July 1 issue of the American Heart Association's journal, Circulation. The study of 20 male subjects, including 10 chronic smokers and 10 controls, found that "acute administration of vitamin C almost completely reverses the endothelial dysfunction in chronic smokers."
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