Injured Organs, Emergency Surgery--Just the City's Latest Anti-Smoking Campaign

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

(Courtesy of the Department of Health)

(Courtesy of the Department of Health)

The latest gross-you-out-of-smoking campaign is out. Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the latest batch of anti-smoking ads from the city's Department of Health is the most graphic yet. The $2.3 million campaign features another round of television spots (see videos below) as well as a 16-day nicotine gum and patch giveaway. Apply online for that here.


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