Starting on March 30, the CDC will roll out a $68 million ad campaign designed to help smokers quit. For the first time, the new ads will also include former e-cigarette users.
Starting on March 30, the CDC will roll out a $68 million ad campaign designed to help smokers quit. For the first time, the new ads will also include former e-cigarette users. Torin Halsey AP
Starting on March 30, the CDC will roll out a $68 million ad campaign designed to help smokers quit. For the first time, the new ads will also include former e-cigarette users. Torin Halsey AP