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Gail
Hanover, Pennsylvania
31 years old
Smoking for 18 years

Even after both of her parents died from smoking-related diseases—and she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at age 18—Gail says she's been unable kick her smoking addiction.

"With all three of my children, after I gave birth to them, when most mothers would be so filled with joy over this little life that's in the room with them, I was trying to figure out how I was going to sneak out of the hospital and get downstairs quickly to get a cigarette," she says.
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