Tobacco Deaths - Celebrities Fatally Impacted by Nicotine Addiction
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Not even the R.J. Reynolds family is immune to the Death Sentence of Nicotine Addiction. If you want to quit smoking before you die, get the help you need. Serenity Vista Nicotine, Alcohol and other ...

Not even the R.J. Reynolds family is immune to the Death Sentence of Nicotine Addiction. If you want to quit smoking before you die, get the help you need. Serenity Vista Nicotine, Alcohol and other drug addiction Rehab. www.serenityvista.com

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  • @martinteresaberners it is not an easy lesson, you are right. But little by little, the tide is turning in North and Central America, and some European countries too. Thanks for commenting . I appreciate it.
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  • It is time for smokers to learn from such incidents... But sadly, only a very few, if at all any, are going to learn the lesson ... as always....
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  • Smoking will kill more than 400,000 Americans this year according to the Centers for Disease Control. It's time to make smoking obsolete and end the death. I guess you can disagree with that. If you oppose electronic cigarettes and other non-combustible alternatives, you will have more people smoking. And dying.
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  • Brownstone Communications is a PR company working for the e-cigarette industry (http://newsle.com/person/brianfojtik/3779192).

    The World Health Organization states that as of July 2013, no rigorous studies have been conducted to determine if electronic cigarettes are effective to help people stop smoking.

    The British Medical Association states that there is emerging evidence of smoking cessation benefits, but has concerns that they are subject to less regulation than conventional nicotine replacement therapy, and that there is no peer-reviewed evidence of their safety or efficacy.
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  • It's SMOKING that arguably caused all or most of these deaths. Nicotine, while addictive, doesn't come with health consequences comparable to igniting tobacco on fire and breathing the products of that combustion into your lungs repeatedly over many years. You might say 'quit nicotine' and that's it, but if you do, you're effectively giving a death sentence to 44 million Americans who know the risk and still smoke. They can't quit. And nicotine replacement therapies (i.e. the gum and the patch), when used as directed, fail 93% of the time. It's critically important that these 44 million Americans be afforded honest and scientifically accurate information about the risks of smoking and other methods of acquiring the nicotine they crave. Anything non-combustible (i.e. electronic cigarettes which don't include tobacco or combustion) avoid the known deadly risks associated with combustible tobacco products.
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Tobacco Deaths - Celebrities Fatally Impacted by Nicotine Addiction Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Up in Smoke Celebrities Fatally Impacted by Nicotine Addiction
  • 2. Desi Arnaz Sr Lung cancer
  • 3. Yul Brynner Lung cancer
  • 4. Richard Burton Stroke
  • 5. King Edward VIII Throat cancer
  • 6. Princess Margaret Stroke
  • 7. Vincent Price Lung cancer
  • 8. Rod Serling Heart attack
  • 9. Walt Disney Lung cancer
  • 10. Rosemary Clooney Lung cancer
  • 11. Sigmund Freud Mouth cancer
  • 12. Albert Einstein Stroke
  • 13. Winston Churchill Stroke
  • 14. Franklin D. Roosevelt Stroke
  • 15. John Wayne Lung cancer
  • 16. Joan Crawford Pancreatic cancer
  • 17. Clark Gable Heart attack
  • 18. Marlene Dietrich Kidney disease
  • 19. Audrey Hepburn Appendix cancer
  • 20. Dean Martin Lung cancer, emphysema
  • 21. Sammy Davis Jr Throat cancer
  • 22. Frank Sinatra Heart attack
  • 23. Gracie Allen Heart attack – passive smoker
  • 24. Burl Ives Mouth cancer
  • 25. Bill Wilson Emphysema
  • 26. Frida Kahlo Lung embolism
  • 27. Humphrey Bogart Throat/Esophageal cancer
  • 28. Suzanne Pleshette Lung cancer
  • 29. Walter Matthau Heart attack
  • 30. Jack Klugman Prostate cancer
  • 31. Bette Davis Breast cancer
  • 32. Robert Mitchum Lung cancer/Emphysema
  • 33. Lucille Ball Stroke
  • 34. Jaclyn Kennedy Onassis Lymphoma
  • 35. Steve McQueen Lung cancer
  • 36. Jack Cassidy Burned. Fell asleep with lit cigarette
  • 37. Johnny Carson Emphysema
  • 38. Lee Remick Lung and Liver cancer
  • 39. Pablo Picasso Heart attack
  • 40. Nat King Cole Lung cancer
  • 41. Roy Orbison Heart attack
  • 42. Louis Armstrong Heart attack
  • 43. George Harrison Lung Cancer
  • 44. Michael Landon Pancreatic cancer
  • 45. Patrick Swayze Pancreatic cancer
  • 46. Peter Gzowski Emphysema
  • 47. Peter Jennings Lung cancer
  • 48. John Candy Heart attack
  • 49. Bowman Gray Emphysemapast president R.J.Reynolds
  • 50. R.J. Reynolds Sr Pancreatic Cancer
  • 51. Nancy Reynolds EmphysemaR.J. Reynolds’ daughteR
  • 52. R.J. Reynolds Jr Emphysema
  • 53. R.J. Reynolds III Emphysema
  • 54. Wayne McLaren Lung cancer
  • 55. Nicotine Addiction is the Leading Cause of Preventable Death in the World If you or a loved one needs help to treat nicotine addiction, maybe it is time for residential drug addiction treatment www.serenityvista.com Nicotine, Alcohol and other Drug Rehab Panama