Tobacco: The Quitter Diaries Series – Episode 5

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World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Tobacco: The Quitter Diaries Series – Episode 5” – below is their description.

Continue following The Quitter Diaries and the real life journey of six people around the world as they try to quit tobacco for good. This fifth episode focuses on the benefits of quitting tobacco and how you regain parts of your life that were lost. These are the stories of Krishna from India, Ratib from Jordan, Sun Qi from China, Giorgi from Georgia, Cecilia from Uruguay and Donna from South Africa.

Look out for the other episodes of “The Quitter Diaries series”:

Episode 1:

Episode 2:

Episode 3:

Episode 4:

Episode 6:

Remember, quitters are winners!

Learn more and #CommittoQuit today:

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