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We all have a story to tell about tobacco. It doesn’t have to be a novel, or a life-changing moment, but it could be. For many, it is.

Please share your story about tobacco with others. Your story could make a difference in your community and on your campus.

  • “How I quit.”
  • “Why I want to quit.”
  • “It’s hard to quit and this is what it’s like.”

Marguerite Corvini’s Tobacco Story

I watched my father struggle to quit throughout my childhood. He used to smoke in our Volvo, which had a white interior. When you pulled the sun visor down, you could see a distinct difference between the “naked” roof and the part under the visor. He died of lung cancer at the age of 61. He was too young and I miss him every day. I’m convinced he would’ve lived longer, come to my wedding, met his son-in-law, kissed his grandchildren, and had a cleaner car had he not smoked.

Marguerite Corvini

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