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Pre-written matte articles ready for adaptation and use by journalists, bloggers, or other members of the media about the Tips from Former Smokers campaign.

Tips Campaign Matte Article: for the General Public. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Continues Tips From Former Smokers.

Tips Campaign Matte Article: for African Americans. CDC Continues Tips From Former Smokers Campaign.

Tips Campaign Matte Article: for American Indian/Alaska Natives. CDC Continues Tips From Former Smokers Campaign.

Tips Campaign Matte Article: for Asian Americans. CDC Continues Tips From Former Smokers Campaign.

Tips Campaign Matte Article: for Hispanics/Latinos. CDC Continues Tips From Former Smokers Campaign in Spanish.

Tips Campaign Matte Article: for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT). CDC Continues Tips From Former Smokers Campaign in Spanish.


 

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