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Dr. Martin Shares Ways to End Tobacco Use on PHL17

This year’s “State of Tobacco Control” report from the American Lung Association grades federal and state efforts to reduce tobacco use and calls for meaningful policies that will save lives. The report finds numerous states earned failing grades on efforts to reduce and prevent tobacco use, including the use of e-cigarettes. Dr. Andrew Martin, Chair of Pulmonary Medicine at the Deborah Heart and Lung Center, spoke with PHL17 to share ways that we can end tobacco use. His number one tip, read up on the ALA’s quitting tips on their website:


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