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Media Type
Video
Target Audiences
Adults
Languages
English
Cost
Free
Produced For
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Campaign
Themes
Health Consequences of Smoking
Description
Tonya M. developed heart failure from smoking cigarettes and she relies on a surgically implanted heart pump to keep her alive. Now Tonya’s husband and kids take care of her, something she never considered when she first started to smoke.
Ad Status
Archived 
Year Produced
2022
Last Date Modified
11/14/2022
 

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Transcript
TONYA M: Because I smoked, I have heart failure.
I had to have open heart surgery.
The spot cuts to a shot of Tonya M. plugging in her battery-operated heart pump.
And a battery-operated heart pump installed inside of me.
It was hard on the kids. It kind of went from me being their caregiver
to them, you know the husband and kids being mine. And that's definitely not what I wanted for them. Nobody wants that for their kids.
ANNCR: The people you love are worth quitting for.
You can quit. For free help, visit CDC.GOV/TIPS
Catalog ID  VID 11527 (E-30)
Length 
Language  English


 
Transcript
TONYA M: Because I smoked, I have heart failure.
It went from me being their caregiver
To the husband and kids being mine.
TONYA M: Nobody wants that for their kids.
ANNCR: The people you love are worth quitting for. You can quit. For free help, visit CDC.GOV/TIPS
Catalog ID  VID 11528 (E-15)
Length 
Language  English


 
 

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