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Hello, folks. My brother has been recently diagnosed systemic sclerosis. He has been a passionate smoker for more than 20 years. I would like to know if smoking could induce this condition. I seriously suspect on this. What do you think about this? I would gladly hear your opinions. Bye, folks!

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Hello, there. Smoking is responsible for Raynaud’s phenomenon. It is a spasm of small arterioles on finger tips, toes and other parts. As a result, a person feels numbness, pain or sees change of colors here. This is very common for smokers. So, you can say that smoking could induce systemic sclerosis. Your brother should quit smoking if he hasn’t already done it. If he hasn’t done it, make him stop smoking. I hope everything will be all right. Good luck!
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