New Anti-Smoking Campaign

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By Molly Clifton

The government is launching a new campaign telling smokers to ask their doctor for ways to quit.

The Centers for Disease Control claims a doctor's advice can double the odds a smoker will successfully quit.

The government will buy ads on TV and online to promote the campaign.

About 70 percent of Americans who use cigarettes say they want to break the habit.

 



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