3 Risk Factors and Possible Causes of COPD

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Environmental Factors

Other pollutants besides tobacco smoke may cause damage to the lungs and lead to COPD if a person has been subjected to them over a long period of time. These include pollution, chemical and their fumes, and dust. Long-term exposure to second-hand cigarette smoke may also be a risk for developing the condition.

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