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State Quitlines and Cessation Patterns Among Adults With Selected Chronic Diseases in 15 States, 2005–2008

Abstinence GroupUnadjusted Quit Rates, % (95% Confidence Interval)
Any Chronic DiseaseNo DiseaseAsthmaCoronary Artery DiseaseChronic Obstructive Pulmonary DiseaseDiabetes≥2 Chronic Diseases
7-day25.9 (23.9–28.1)34.2 (32.4–35.9)29.5 (25.4– 33.7)23.5 (16.6–31.7)24.3 (19.2–30.0) 25.1 (20.4–30.3)24.7 (21.2–28.5)
30-day22.3 (20.4–24.4)29.7 (28.0–31.3)25.6 (21.8–29.7)20.5 (13.9–28.4)19.7 (15.0–25.1)21.6 (17.2–26.6)21.6 (18.3–25.3)

Figure 1. Tobacco incidents in top-grossing US movies by year and movie rating, 1991–2011. Top-grossing movies were those that were among the 10 top-grossing movies in any calendar week of the year. An incident of tobacco use is 1 use or implied use of a tobacco product (almost exclusively smoking) by an actor. Historical data are from our earlier report (3).

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