“Tips From Former Smokers.”

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    Five years ago, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched the first federal education campaign against smoking. That includes an ad campaign called “Tips From Former Smokers.” Five years later, the government says it has helped 400,000 smokers quit for good, and led millions of others to try quitting.

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    Lmao helped 400,000 smokers quit for good, what a crock of shit.
     
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    Bizarre Contrarian Post of the Weak.
     
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    (Billy lights a cigar and reads intently ...)
     
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