Ida "I made a plan this time."
Robin "I couldn’t walk 2 feet without being out of breath."
Clare "My friends support made all the difference."
Jessica "I was a follower, now I am a leader."
Joanne "I am healthier now that I have quit. "
Mike "Smoking had a big effect on my son. I didn't want to disappoint him."
Bonnie "When I quit smoking, my daughter's ashma went away."
Jim "A cigarette is not controlling my ability to do things."
George "My counselor Trish, from the Quitline is a big reason for my success"
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