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Smokers have more complications after skin cancer surgery

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Gave up smoking 49 years ago, but I still miss it. Nevertheless, living and breathing is preferable.

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People are still smoking in 2019?

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Gave up smoking 49 years ago, but I still miss it.

Yeah, I know what you mean. I gave it up 43 years ago, but sometimes I'll walk past a smoker, cop a whiff of the smoke, and it still smells good.

Nevertheless, living and breathing is preferable.

Yep. That's the payoff.

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People are still smoking in 2019?

Did you not see Blade Runner?

I have one word for smokers - QUIT!

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I quit for like my 14th time 12 years ago after inhaling cigars, which I totally loved to do...that sugar sweet taste...yummy, but have not looked back. That massive asthma attack while smoking a Panama stogie hospitalized me. yikes....but I can still taste that sweet dream.

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I had reduced my intake but the stress of a bereavement broke my resolve. Hope to bring it back down, soon.

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Big Yen, I do the same thing. If someone is smoking, I will walk through their vapor trail in order to get a whiff.

Both my parents passed from cancer, which makes it easier for me to stay away from cigs, as much as I enjoyed them.

Used to smoke unfiltered Pall Malls. Dad switched to filtered cigarettes, but it didn't work. Maybe it delayed the onset of cancer.

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