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CDC Tries to Shock Smokers Into Quitting

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Published on Mar 15, 2012

The government wants graphic images of lost limbs, tracheotomy holes and paralysis to shock smokers into quitting. The CDC is using former smokers with serious diseases in an ad campaign to try and decrease the nation's stubborn smoking rate. (March 15)
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