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For Smokers Only: is Quitting = Cutting Down?? a 'grave' Issue

It can never replace the ultimate solution, which has to be ‘quitting’ the habit altogether.

Bill Blatt, from American Lung Association opines that quitting is difficult to achieve based on sheer will power alone. He suggests that it ought to be augmented with other methods like, oral medication, and also closely monitored counseling.

To sum up, it can be safely said that heavy smoking is always a grave issue, with all pointers pointing to the grave!

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