daddyslittlegirl Posted May 30, 2007 Share Posted May 30, 2007 I've had a question that I've been hesitant on asking for some time now, but after reading the post "calling all survivors" I thought I would ask. So I appologize if I hit a sore subject. I'm trying to find things in common with those of you surviving this dreadful disease. Is it age, stage, sex, prior health condition, type, treatment / surgery, etc.?? Then the other question comes up. How many have or do smoke? My dad has smoked for about 55 years. He refuses to quit even now. As much as I would like to, I'm not going to try to change that. I feel he's going through enough right now. I know your smoking status can effect the outcome of treatment, but do you think it would make a huge difference if he stopped now? Again, please forgive me if this is a sensitive matter. I just have been so curious about your thoughts. Thanks so much. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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