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please dont smoke
Diseases caused by long-term smoking

A lifetime smoker is at high risk of developing a range of potentially lethal diseases, including:
Cancer of the lung, mouth, nose, larynx, tongue, nasal sinus, oesophagus, throat, pancreas, bone marrow (myeloid leukaemia), kidney, cervix, ovary, ureter, liver, bladder, bowel and stomach
Lung diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema
Coronary artery disease, heart disease, heart attack and stroke
Ulcers of the digestive system
Osteoporosis and hip fracture
Poor blood circulation in feet and hands, which can lead to pain and, in severe cases, gangrene and amputatio

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