I have been smoking 38 years, had many quit attempts, the problem always being that I didn't really want to do it, others wanted me to. This time however, not smoking and not adding even more toxins that will be going into my body anyway, I am the one who has said..ok..np..tis done and yet another weapon in my battle arsenal. I don't care about weight. It will be up and down anyway according to what is happening with the chemo. The tumours attack me from outside the organs, lungs too so why add toxins to the inside. I still find it hilarious that my cancer has no connections to smoking, as I would have earned that, lol.
Now, who else has good news?