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Smoking Kills

Recently, Big Tobacco Companies were told they must run an ad campaign stating that on average 1200, Americans die from cigarette smoke and that prior to now they lied about it. on an ethics stand point it was totally wrong to not include this warning when they were advertised on TV. the effect of this ad nowadays i feel will have little or no significance base on the idea that most people now know it can kill you over time. for everyone else out there what do you think? is it just a waste of time and money or the right thing to do? 

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