From philly.com: The success of a tough antismoking advertising campaign shows why Big Tobacco fights so hard against such efforts.
When presented with the facts, smokers really do want to quit. And the facts are exactly what a graphic $54 million advertising campaign run by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides.
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