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  • Emilis Simanskas
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  • Smoking releases carbon monoxide which is bad, it can lead to the damage of the lungs and causes most cases of lung cancer.
  • Lung cancer can eventually lead to death in many cases, the survival rate of lung cancer is very low.
  • A man smoking a cigarette and coughing afterwards as a result of smoking. A cigar will be used with smoke coming out of it with the sound of coughing from the man.
  • Smoking can also affect others around you which is known as second hand smoking it increase their risk of developing lung cancer by 20–30%
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  • The doctor is presenting a lung from the effects from smoking (damaged lungs) and talking about what it can lead to. There will be a picture of damaged lungs and the sound of the man talking.
  • 15 billion cigarettes are smoked worldwide every day!
  • The doctor is showing a coffin as an outcome of most smokers and talking about some statistics. There will be a coffin placed to signify death
  • So remember to say no to smoking!
  • A man is shown smoking near a child and the child coughing and the doctor will talk about second hand smoking. There are cigarettes used in the scene and the sounds coughing from the child.
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  • The doctor is talking to the audience and stating a fact about how many cigarettes are smoked everyday, multiple people are used to show that anyone can be a smoker.
  • Finally the doctor talks directly to the audience to tell them to not smoke and say no to it.
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