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CDC calls anti-smoking campaign a success

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is calling their national anti-smoking campaign a success.


The agency says more than 200,000 Americans quit smoking as a result.


It featured real life stories and powerful images of former smokers living with smoking-related disabilities and diseases.


This is the first time a federal agency has created and placed paid advertisements for a national tobacco education campaign.

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