Gail describes her smoking addiction.

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Even after both of her parents died from smoking related diseases, Gail says she can't kick her addiction. When she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at age 18, she says she would sneak out of the hospital during chemotherapy sessions to smoke.

"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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FROM: Dr. Oz: The Latest Secrets to Quit Smoking
Published on March 14, 2008

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