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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
Michael F. lives with a smoking-related COPD. In this video, Michael explains that his wife used to smoke too, but she quit to stay healthy enough to take care of him.
Ad Status
Current 
Year Produced
2022
Last Date Modified
8/24/2022
 

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Transcript
The spot opens on the A Tip From A Former Smoker logo and cuts to a shot of Michael F. in his kitchen using a device to help him breathe.

MICHAEL F: COPD is harder on the folks around you, I think.

The spot cuts to a photograph of Michael F. and his wife.

MICHAEL F: It affects my wife terribly. And she smokes, and she quit.

The spot cuts to a shot of Michael F. sitting in his living room. Text appears on the bottom right-hand corner of the screen that reads "Michael, 57" and his home state of "Florida."

MICHAEL F: And if you ask her why she quit, she'll say because she needs to be here for,to take care of me, so. Sorry.

The spot cuts to an art card that reads "The people you love are worth quitting for."

ANNCR: The people you love are worth quitting for.

ART CARD:

You can quit. For free help, visit CDC.GOV/TIPS
CDC Logo
Sponsored by the U.S. department of Health and Human Services.
#CDCTIPS

ANNCR: You can quit. For free help, visit CDC.GOV/TIPS
Catalog ID  VID 11523 (E-30)
Length 
Language  English


 
Transcript
The spot opens on the A Tip From A Former Smoker logo and cuts to a shot of Michael F. in his kitchen using a device to help him breathe.

MICHAEL F: COPD is harder on the folks around you, I think.

The spot cuts to a photograph of Michael F. and his wife.

MICHAEL F: My wife smoked, and she quit.

The spot cuts to a shot of Michael F. sitting in his living room. Text appears on the bottom right-hand corner of the screen that reads "Michael, 57" and his home state of "Florida."

MICHAEL F: because she needs to be here for,to take care of me.

The spot cuts to an art card that reads "The people you love are worth quitting for."

ANNCR: The people you love are worth quitting for.

ART CARD:

You can quit. For free help, visit CDC.GOV/TIPS
CDC Logo
Sponsored by the U.S. department of Health and Human Services.
#CDCTIPS

ANNCR: You can quit. For free help, visit CDC.GOV/TIPS
Catalog ID  VID 11524 (E-15)
Length 
Language  English


 
 

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