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Media Type
Video
Target Audiences
Adults
Languages
English
Cost
Free
Produced For
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Campaign
Themes
Cessation - General, Health Consequences of Smoking
Description
At only 38 years old, Tonya had heart failure because she smoked. She had open heart surgery and now relies on a battery-operated device to pump blood through her heart and keep her alive. Tonya reminds us that heart disease can happen at any age if you smoke.
Ad Status
Current 
Year Produced
2020
Date Added
03/11/2020
 

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Transcript
Art Card: A Tip From A Former Smoker

Tonya: I'm Tonya. Smoking damaged my heart so badly that I needed open heart surgery.
Now I have a battery-operated heart pump installed inside of me. That's why I wear
this. These are the batteries that keep me alive. My tip is stop thinking this can only
happen when you get old. My heart failure happened at 38.

Art Card: Smoking Causes Heart Disease.

AVO: You can quit. For free help, call 1-800-QUIT NOW.







Catalog ID  VID 11329 (E-30)
Length  30 s
Language  English


 
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Transcript
Art Card: A Tip From A Former Smoker

Tonya: Smoking damaged my heart. Now I have a battery-operated heart pump. My tip is
stop thinking this can only happen when you get old. My heart failure happened at 38.

Art Card: Smoking Causes Heart Disease.

AVO: You can quit. For free help, call 1-800-QUIT NOW.







Catalog ID  VID 11330 (E-15)
Length  15 s
Language  English


 
 

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