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Media Type
Video
Target Audiences
Adults
Languages
English
Cost
Unknown
Produced For
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Campaign
Themes
Cessation - General, Health Consequences of Smoking
Description
After 45 years of marriage, Denise and Brian H. still spend a lot of time together. Except these days, much of that time is spent in doctors’ offices and hospitals. Brian has heart disease, lung cancer, and COPD from smoking cigarettes for most of his life. Denise put her career on hold to be his full-time caregiver.
Ad Status
Current 
Year Produced
2021
Last Date Modified
2/26/2020
 

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Transcript
Art Card: A Tip From A Former Smoker's Wife
Denise VO: If your husband gets lung cancer from smoking, be prepared to spend a lot of time together.
Denise: ...88179.
Denise VO: Just not the way either of you imagined.
Art Card: The people you love are worth quitting for.
AVO: You can quit. For free help, call 1-800-QUIT NOW.

Catalog ID  VID 11326 (E-30)
Length  30 s
Language  English


 
Transcript
Art Card: A Tip From A Former Smoker's Wife
Denise VO: If your husband gets lung cancer from smoking, be prepared to spend a lot of time together. Just not the way that either of you imagined.
Art Card: The people you love are worth quitting for.
AVO: You can quit. For free help, call 1-800-QUIT NOW.

Catalog ID  VID 11327 (E-15)
Length  15 s
Language  English


 
 

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