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Hi Dahl, it is rue that Smoking causes lung cancers so quitting smoking lowers the risks for cancers of the lung, mouth, and throat. The more you anticipate the challenges to quitting, and their solutions, the better your chance of success.Good sharing.

Thanks Dr Steph.

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