The U.S. Needs Ugly Smoking Pictures, Too
Graphic images of diseased lungs, rotting teeth and people smoking through tracheotomy holes aren’t the best way to sell cigarettes. Which is exactly why they feature so prominently on cigarette packs in dozens of countries -- and should in the U.S. as well.
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