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    Researchers measured the concentration (nanograms per milliliter) of cotinine in the blood
    of three groups of people: nonsmokers who have not been exposed to smoke, nonsmokers
    who have been Exposed To Smoke (ETS), and smokers. Cotinine is left in the blood when
    the body metabolizes nicotine, so its value is a direct measurement of the effect of passive smoke exposure.

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