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Please quit smoking

i am habituated to smoking from past..10 years now i am having lung cancer....i am posting this because no one should suffer like me
Asked On : Sat, 17 Oct 2009
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  User's Response
y are u making smoking an issue...i dont think so nothing....like that ..i am smoking from more than 10 years i dint get any disease
Answered: Sun, 18 Oct 2009
  User's Response
even cigar packs have this ..smoking is injurious to health...becuase of persons like u only..we are unable to quit smoking..u will make 10 people smoke ..
Answered: Sun, 18 Oct 2009
  User's Response
Hey dumb fellow, do know the adverse effects, you are young, ok not to think about cancer, think about sexual health like early discharge. do you want to impotent. smoking will reduce the sperm so be CAREFUL buddies. keep rocking keep rolling by safely and healthy.
Answered: Sun, 18 Oct 2009
  User's Response
i have already quit smoking now, thanks for the advice.
Answered: Sun, 18 Oct 2009
  User's Response

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The electronic cigarette should be used as a harm reduction technique.

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Answered: Thu, 31 Dec 2009
  Anonymous's Response
it isn't too hard to quit i have been smoking for 13 years and i used marijuana in place of it for 1 week and since then urges are so easy to over come and i lost weight instead of gained weight and never felt better. marijuana is not addictive at all as matter of fact it helps over come addictions if used correctly.
Answered: Sun, 11 Jul 2010
  User's Response
it isn't too hard to quit i have been smoking for 13 years and i used marijuana in place of it for 1 week and since then urges are so easy to over come and i lost weight instead of gained weight and never felt better. marijuana is not addictive at all as matter of fact it helps over come addictions if used correctly.
Answered: Sun, 11 Jul 2010
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