Harder to quit than heroin

A pack of Camel cigarettes showing Canadas cigarette pack addiction warning in 
2000 Almost every developed nation on earth, except the United States, warns its youth about the highly addictive nature of smoking nicotine. This is Canada's required label. Can you read the fine print? It says, "Studies have shown that tobacco can be harder to quit than heroin or cocaine.

Here, on these links, Amercia's lied to and now addicted youth dedicate themselves to doing what the United States Congress refuses to do, warn this nation's children and teens about the tremendous power of a most amazing chemical.

This photo is owned and was taken by John R. Polito on June 12, 2005. It may be used in association with any not-for-profit non-commercial youth smoking prevention or cessation education effort.

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