Spotlight on smoking

United Kingdom, 1963

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Graphs show the increase in public smoking and the marked decrease in smoking among doctors. Diagrams show what happens when smoke enters the breathing tubes and the alarming process of uncontrolled cell division which leads to cancer. Shows how mice can suffer from cancer, by painting cigarette tar on their skin. Leading personalities tell why they have given up smoking. Shows what can be bought with the money saved by giving up cigarettes over a year.

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