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Media Type
Video
Target Audiences
None, Adults, Hispanics
Languages
English, Spanish
Cost
Free
Produced For
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Campaign
Themes
Quitline Promotion, Health Consequences of Smoking
Description
A series of disturbing and explicit images flashes across the screen as the narrator describes the damage caused by smoking to every organ and tissue in the body. A human body becomes a photo negative as we see smoke enter the heart, lungs, mouth, teeth, throat, and brain, destroying each organ and tissue as the cigarette smoke travels through. Viewers are asked to call a smoking helpline for cessation assistance.
Ad Status
Current 
Year Produced
2008
Last Date Modified
7/9/2014
 

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VO: Every time you smoke, cigarettes are eating you alive. Smoking eats away at nearly every vital organ and tissue of the body. The heart. The lungs. The mouth...teeth and throat...even the brain. Cigarettes are eating you alive. Quit smoking today. For help call 311 or 1-866-NYQuits.

TAG: Quit smoking today! For help call 311 or 1-866-NYQUITS


Catalog ID  QYSH 10276 (E-30)
Length  30 s
Language  English


 
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VO: Cada vez que fuma, el cigarrillo está acabando con su vida. Fumar devora cada órgano y tejido vital del cuerpo-el corazón, los pulmones, la boca, los dientes, la garganta, incluso el cerebro. Los cigarrillos están acabando con su vida. Deja de fumar hoy mismo. Para recibir ayuda, llame al 311 o al 866-NYQUITS.

TAG: Deja de fumar hoy mismo. Para recibir ayuda llama al 311 o 1-866-NYQUITS


Catalog ID  QYSH 10277 (S-30)
Length  30 s
Language  Spanish


 
 

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