Thats a good question. Some people smoke until they are 90 and never get Cancer. While 1 person can smoke just one cigarette and boom they get cancer. Every one
is different. The odds of you getting Cancer rise with every cigarette you smoke. Take it from someone who smokes, and the Cancer I got was not even related to smoking. So if you do smoke, please do your best to quit. It will help decrease your odds plus after 10 years smoke free your lungs can be back to almost normal.
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