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Florida, USA
Member Since 3/9/2004
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My Quit:
Back in 2004, just one day I picked up my cigarettes there was only one left and at that time I made up my mind to quit. Went to the store and brought some commit tablets and started that journey with the help of this website.

That was 9yrs ago, since then 2yrs ago I was dx with stage 3 lung cancer and at first I thought ok might as well start smoking again, but I thought about that accomplishment and how good it stills feel. I have had my mid and lower right lung remove, went though radiation and am still in chemo but I am still so grateful that I gave up smoking because if I smoked I probably would not have notice the difference in my health because as a smoker you get use to coughing and just treat it as part of smoking.

No matter how many times, just keep trying and it nice to do it for someone else but make it for yourself and have STRONG SUPPORT.

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Atmospheric gas that is delivered with great abandon to your brain (shortly after a quit) due to the sudden absence of carbon monoxide in the bloodstream.
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