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Living with Lung Cancer / need to quit smoking (recently diagnosed)
« on: July 23, 2019, 02:42:29 pm »
Recently started chemo and things are going about as well as expected on that side of things. My bigger problem at the moment is what to do about my withdrawal symptoms. I’ve smoked for as long as I can remember and even though I know it’s bad for me (especially now with my diagnosis) I can’t seem to shake the need. In the past I’ve tried patches, gums...the whole nine yards. Nothing worked. Even vaping isn’t the same. I know I can’t smoke now since the cancer but need to figure something else out because this isn’t going to work for much longer.

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