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With the Jury Out on Vaping, Clinicians Pause to Identify the Cons of E-Cigarettes
In 2001, Terrie Hall became the anti-smoking voice External link  heard ’round the world, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) debuted its renowned, albeit alarming, campaign External link  aimed at young smokers — except it wasn’t her actual voice. She spoke slowly through a hands-free device that fit in a hole in her throat, the result of decades of smoking and 11 different cancer diagnoses. Hall put a face to the 480,000 Americans who die from smoking each year External link , and she is credited with the most powerful anti-tobacco narrative of the 21st century.
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