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Toxic Chemicals Inhaled into the Lungs Destroy Cilia – 1963

By March 9, 2017Uncategorized

 Cilia in the respiratory system secrete a sticky mucus, which traps toxic particles and prevents them from settling in the airways. In addition, the cilia move back …

 Cilia in the respiratory system secrete a sticky mucus, which traps toxic particles and prevents them from settling in the airways. In addition, the cilia move back and forth in a coordinated wave-like motion to move the mucus out of the lungs. This ordinarily keeps the lungs clean and free from infection. However, toxins inhaled into the lungs such as the many chemicals produced by most processed tobacco products destroy the hair-like cilia and

This is a video clip from the 1963 documentary film, Smoke Dosage Apparatus, made in Sweden about scientific research on the effects of air pollution inhalation on lungs.The film was funded by the American cigarette giant, Lorillard. Lorillard is a 250 year old company who as recently as 1994, testified that cigarettes are not addictive and do not cause cancer. The complete film is housed in the The University of California, San Francisco Tobacco Control Archives Multimedia Collection. 13 million documents produced by the major tobacco companies and organizations, were made public as a consequence of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.

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