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Millions of Americans resolve to quit smoking in the New Year and are unsuccessful, leaving them feeling alienated, frustrated and discouraged. What they may not know is that, according to a survey conducted on behalf of the American Lung Association, at least 6 out 10 smokers require multiple quit attempts to stop smoking. Mary Ella Douglas shares information about a campaign and how it is designed to change the way we look at quitting smoking by acknowledging that past attempts to quit aren't failures or wasted efforts, but are normal and sometimes necessary steps along the way to quitting for good. Available content includes soundbites.
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