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I believe people should stop smoking as smoking can cause cancer. People who smoke may suffer from a minor stoke, clog their lungs and contribute to greenhouse gas emissions

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People Should Stop Smoking By Jackson Yin I believe people should stop smoking as smoking can cause cancer. People who smoke may suffer from a minor stoke, clog their lungs and contribute to greenhouse gas emissions which penetrate the ozone layer and, worst of all, die prematurely. Should adults smoke? I believe that it is not necessary because it can cause a cancer in their body. Firstly, what is cancer? Cancer is an illness that can kill us. ...read more.

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The victim is in danger if not treated instantaneously. Smokers can also clog their own lungs, when smoking. It is lethal because the person cannot breathe and the person might suffocate. Undeveloped children are most likely to obtain this as they are not powerful enough to resist the toxic air. In the world, as you may have realised, the water level is rising all too as a result of global warming. It is essential that people do not contribute to the air pollution caused by too much greenhouse gas. ...read more.

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One of these warnings is a person may die prematurely. You may have thought well if others did not die, why would I? This is a wrong decision because there are many people that die from smoking. According to a cigarette scientist there are seventeen percent of the deaths caused by smoking, ten percent caused by alcohol, seventy percent caused by old age and three percent because of crime or murder. After all my reasons I strongly believe you would agree with me that people should not smoke as it can cause cancer, minor stroke, clogging of arteries, air pollution or premature death. It is essential that adults do not smoke. ...read more.

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