• anybody smoking during their journey

    Asked by Beaner54 on Monday, August 20, 2012

    anybody smoking during their journey

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    • Mollie's Avatar
      Mollie

      My grandma is. And good for her. She deserves all of the creature comforts she can get her hands on.

      almost 5 years ago
    • Carol-Charlie's Avatar
      Carol-Charlie

      I was 62 when diagnosed. I knew the risks of smoking... but I smoked for 40 years... not a few... over two packs a day.. My oncologist said quit! I told him, I would quit when I had my surgery... I stubbed out my last cigarett the morning of surgery. I HAVE NEVER HAD A PUFF IN ALMOST SEVEN YEARS! I NEVER WILL!!!! I had ovarian cancer Stage IV.... It was a long and difficult treatment... Surgery removed 39 lb. tumor. fought off MRSA infection... two years of chemo.. I never wanted a cigarette. NEVER!!! I was the one so addicted... it was beyond me... But I asked God to lead me to where He wanted me to be and along the way... he led me to become a non-smoker. Thank You Lord!!!! Praise God. OH... and my lungs... are clear... really.... I can breathe, smell the most delicate fragrences, and do not offend with my breath, smell on my clothes, etc.

      almost 5 years ago
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      Carol-Charlie

      I forgot to mention... I've been cancer free for almost 7 years!!!!!!

      almost 5 years ago
    • Mollie's Avatar
      Mollie

      Most importantly do what FEELS right to you.

      almost 5 years ago
    • FreeBird's Avatar
      FreeBird

      My dad quit smoking several years before his first lung cancer, when he could no longer both breathe and smoke because of COPD. When mother nature gives you a choice of either breathing or smoking, that's a pretty effective quit-smoking program.

      almost 5 years ago

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