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> gave mostly examples which showed how his life got worse
> afterwards (increased weigth / not able to be in smokers rooms).
The increased weight is an annoyance, perhaps, but, the
inability to endure smoke-filled rooms is in no way a worse.
As most studies have shown, if life-prolongation is a goal, it's a plus.
The reanimated ability to taste foods fully is a definite plus,
and was probably a contributor to the weight gain....
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