volfan212 Posted March 3, 2006 Share Posted March 3, 2006 I know that not all lung cancer is caused by the use of tobacco products, but a lot of cases are. I am currently writing a research position paper for my English class which argues for the ban of the use and sell of tobacco products in the United States. I know this actually happening is nearly impossible, but I am fighting for it anyway. So I was just wondering if anyone had any general opinions on the issue and if a few people would answer a few questions that I could possibly use as quotes in my paper. Questions: 1. If you or the person you know with LC was a smoker, when did you/they start smoking (age and year) and how much did you/they know about the possible dangers involved with using tobacco products? 2. Of those who have been smokers in the past, were you greatly influenced by advertising and was it a major factor in your descision to start. 3. Has advertising about the health affects of smoking influenced anyone you know to quit? 4. What was the most effective product used to help you quit smoking, or did you quit "cold turkey"? Thanks, Rachel Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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