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Fact or Fiction: Anti-smoking Orgs
by Staff
If you're a smoker, quitting is one of the hardest things you may have to conquer in your life. Luckily, there are plenty of organizations out there to assist you. So how much do you know about these anti-smoking groups and how they can help you kick the habit? Take this quiz to find out!

Cigarette company Philip Morris runs an anti-smoking Web site.

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Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) is a government-funded smoking cessation and education program.

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Anti-smoking groups in New Jersey are working to restrict smoking on the beach.

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The American Lung Association advocates smoking only outdoors to minimize the health effects of secondhand smoke.

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Nonprofit anti-smoking organizations donate money to politicians who support smoking bans.

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The Truth Campaign, which runs TV ads aimed at preventing teen tobacco use, is funded entirely by Big Tobacco.

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Anti-smoking organizations have advocated successful bans on smoking in apartments in some states.

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Australian anti-smoking groups are working with the government to push plain cigarette packaging.

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The Foundation for a Smokefree American spends more than any other organization on smoking prevention.

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The American Cancer Society (ACS) encourages smokers to look into smoking cessation medications to help them quit.

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