Would Smoking Consistently For 3 Years Lead To Lung Cancer?
Hello and welcome in HCM
I can understand your concern
I congratulate you for having stopped smoking. This is the first and the most difficult step.
According to the history and my experience this is a relatively short time of smoking.In your condition i think that hereditary is more important for you and lung cancer.Another causative agent of lung cancer is the environment the dust in it.
Avoid passive smoking too whis has the same possibility to cause lung cancer.
So try to do a healthy lifestyle now and your chances for lung cancer are low.
Regards and feel free to ask me again
Yes exactly this is true
If you get it the most usual age is after the 60s however this is not definitively because during the lifetime there are other factors that may interfere with the genotip (ADN) and may change the chances. Fortunately we can not predict it
Hope to have been helpful
Also, do you believe the idea that you can starve cancer through diet?
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