Smorgasbord Health – The Lungs – Part Five – Smoking and Lung Cancer

Reblogged from Smorgasbord Health where the knowledgeable, Sally Cronin, can teach us so much. CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST.

My father smoked from age 12 he told me. In his time in the Royal Navy he smoked unfiltered duty frees and he continued to smoke until his diagnosis with prostate cancer at 76 years old. He didn’t …

Source: Smorgasbord Health – The Lungs – Part Five – Smoking and Lung Cancer

2 responses to “Smorgasbord Health – The Lungs – Part Five – Smoking and Lung Cancer

  1. Thank you for sharing this link. I lost my father to lung cancer when he was only 43 years old. He started smoking at age 15.

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