Smoking and mutation

Discussion in 'Biology & Genetics' started by timojin, Nov 14, 2016.

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  1. timojin Valued Senior Member

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    timojin:

    Is there something you want to discuss about this?
     
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    I smoked, on average, 25 cigarettes per day for 14 years. I quit 5 years ago, almost to the day. I had tried to quit a few times unsuccessfully. The gum, patches, cutting back.. Those attempts just prolong the cravings. Cold turkey is the only way to go. No more nicotine. It really only sucks for about 2 weeks. Its not as hard as you think.
     
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    If you look into the article it is self explanatory that mutation takes place with time and there is a particular area on the DNA
     
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    Ok. Well, those who are interested can have a look at the article.

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