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So you've tried, and tried, and tried, AND TRIED to quit

Though roughly 70 percent of smokers want to stop, they’re likely to fail unless they combine counseling and medication

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / September 28, 2009

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Even now, 11 months, three weeks, and four days since smoking her last, she hears the siren song of the cigarette beckoning. (Full article: 1321 words)

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