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It has been two years since i have quit smoking. First the good news. I no longer have to see an oncologist for all the nodules in my lungs as after 2 years my body has been able to remove all visible nodules. Secondly it has been 2 years and there is no longer any cancer of my bladder after surgery and chemo. I had smoked for 38 years when i was diagnosed with all these health issues. I was 52 years old at the time and was not prepared to die or suffer terrible health issues. I quit smoking three days after the diagnosis and have not smoked since. It was extremely difficult and I miss tobacco today. It still smells good to me. what does not appeal to me is an oxygen tank, constant coughing and wheezing. It can be done and it does get easier. Life without tobacco now seems normal. It took a long time to get to that point. for those thinking this is my destiny to die with a cigarette in hand it does not have to be that way. You can quit and you will feel so much better. ill check back in another two years with another update.
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