“Doctors in every branch of medicine were asked ‘What cigarette do you smoke?” The brand they named was camel!”Sometimes, just sometimes, the average pro-lifer feels like some have elevated “choice” above substance.Let the record stand: This anti-choicer believes everyone, even doctors, ought to be allowed to choose their favourite brand of cigarette. If that’s what they so desire.
Tanya offers up a bit of trivia fun: The National Cancer Institute acknowledged a link between tobacco smoking and lung cancer in 1957. In what year did the first study show such a link? Answer: 1929. “Really? It took almost 30 years for NCI to begin warning the public?” Yes, really.by