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QUITTING facts


Fact:
Babies of smoking women average 6 ounces less at birth than babies of nonsmoking women.

Source:  American Cancer Society. (1999) Quitting Smoking. Atlanta, GA.


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Nearly everyone knows that smoking can cause lung cancer, but few people realize it is also a risk factor for many other kinds of cancer, including cancer of the mouth, voice box (larynx), bladder, kidney, pancreas, cervix, stomach, and some leukemias.
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photoQuitting smoking is not just overcoming the urge to smoke... it's taking back control of your life, and embracing a much healthier one.
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