CDC's anti-smoking ads prompted more than 200,000 smokers to quit

09/9/2013 | Hill, The · Family Practice News

Nearly 1.6 million smokers in the U.S. tried to quit smoking following the launch of the CDC's anti-tobacco advertisements in March 2012, CDC researchers reported in the journal The Lancet. When the campaign ended in June 2012, more than 200,000 smokers had kicked the habit.

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