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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.”

Ashley Peters’s Tobacco Story

My brother and I were raised by my grandmother and mother, who were both smokers. From a young age, we were plagued with chronic respiratory health issues which now can be attributed to second hand smoke exposure, and, as adults, we’re both still dealing with those health impacts. We also lost our grandmother to emphysema and other smoking-related health issues when she was just 54. We both decided at that time to not repeat our family’s history of smoking, not just for ourselves, but for the health of our children.

Ashley Peters

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