That may be so, but m-state substances don't exhibit the same properties as their "standard" periodic table counterparts, which is the whole point. Supposedly, etherium gold can fill in gaps in damaged dna, among many other things. I'm struggling to understand how it's different, being as I'm not up on quantum mechanics. Trap has a post from several years back also indicating m-state substance behave much differently than their metallic counterparts.
As for the lung stuff, in my past my major bodily weakness has been in the lungs and I've learned how deal with that so it's not so much a problem anymore.