[Flames ignite] [whoosh] Every cigarette is doing you damage. New research shows how tobacco smoke attacks a vital gene which protects lung cells from cancer. One damaged cell is all it takes to start lung cancer growing. [dramatic] Every cigarette is doing you damage. [weird noises] [swallows, hoarsely speaks] I had my first cigarette when I was 13. When I found out how bad it was, I tried to quit. But I couldn't. They say "nicotine isn't… addictive." [smokes through stoma] How could they say that? [stoma plug pulses, extremely hoarse] My tip to you is… [stoma plug] …don't start smoking. [stoma plug] And if you do smoke, quit. [stoma plug] And don't give up at one try. [stoma plug] Keep trying until you succeed. [stoma plug] I don't want anybody to have to go through… [stoma plug] what I'm going through. You can quit. For free help, you can go to "cdc.gov/tips." Every time you smoke, cigarettes are eating you alive. Smoking eats away at nearly every vital organ and tissue of the body. The heart. [rapid heartbeats] The lungs. The mouth, teeth, and throat. Even the brain. Cigarettes are eating you alive. Quit smoking today! For help, call 311 or 866 NYQUITS. [+1 (866) 697-8487] [paper slides, lighter flick] [fire burns material] [indistinct chatter, footsteps] [punch, groans] [spits blood] [punch, groans] [groan, hacking up blood] [punches] [hits pavement, coughs] [punches and groans] [punch, thud] [repeated punches, agony] Smoke… and your body takes a beating. Fight back. Quit now. [horn honks, footsteps] [flames burn cigarette] [whoosh] Every cigarette is doing you damage. Lungs are like sponges with millions of tiny air sacs for transferring oxygen. Every breath of tobacco smoke… attacks them. No wonder smokers feel short of breath. Their lungs are rotting. [dramatic] Every cigarette is doing you damage. [weird noises] [indistinct chatter]
-Bye. Three people sitting in there and you walk in there; it's just so nerve-racking. [indistinct] There you are. -Good to see you.
-How did your interview go? Oh, I was just saying; it makes me so nervous. [match strike] -I don't know; we'll find out in a week.
-Oh, cool. We've all tried to give up smoking. It's hard. But it's the smart thing to do. -No. Paul?
-Paul's on a trip now. 'Cause every cigarette we smoke… …makes this — "fatty stuff" get stuck in our arteries. Our hearts can't work properly if our arteries are all clogged up. This much was found in the artery of a 32 year-old smoker. It's not easy giving up. But you'll be surprised at how many new ways to help you there are now. [breathing heavily] My name's… Janice. I'm… 51 (fifty-one.) [breathes deeply] The reason I'm so breathless… is why I've got the tube. It's uh… for oxygen. [breathing heavily] This is me for the rest of my life now. [breathing heavily] [stoma plug] I had a lot of friends. [stoma plug] I was a cheerleader. [stoma plug] I was on the homecoming court. [stoma plug] It breaks my heart… [stoma plug] …to see tenagers smoking… [stoma plug] …because I started smoking… when I was a teenager. You can quit. For free help, visit cdc.gov/tips. ♪ Joanne ♪ [door slams] ♪ Let me take ♪ [plastic and glass clink] ♪ your hand ♪ ♪ Try to understand ♪ [match strikes, packet falls] ♪ I will always care ♪ [morphs slowly, coughs] [coughing fit] Smoking. It will suck the life… right out of you. Click above to continue to part four!
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