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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
Tonya M. has heart failure because she smoked cigarettes. A battery-operated heart pump keeps her alive by moving blood through her body. At night, she plugs the pump into an outlet, and tries not to be a restless sleeper.
Ad Status
Current 
Year Produced
2021
Last Date Modified
8/11/2020
 

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Transcript
Tonya: Because I smoked, I have heart failure. At night, I have to plug myself in to keep my heart pump working. My tip is, try not to be a restless sleeper. Because if you're not plugged in, you don't have very long to live. Art Card: Smoking Causes Heart Disease. AVO: You can quit. For free help visit CDC.gov/Tips
Catalog ID  VID 11406
Length  15 s
Language  English


 
Transcript
Tonya: Because I smoked, I have heart failure. I had to have open heart surgery, and a battery operated heart pump installed inside of me to keep me alive. At night, I have to plug myself into the wall to keep the pump working. My tip is, try not to be a restless sleeper. Because if you're not plugged in, you don't have very long to live. Art Card: Smoking Causes Heart Disease. AVO: You can quit. For free help visit CDC.gov/Tips
Catalog ID  VID 11407
Length  30 s
Language  English


 
 

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