CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 10, 2010
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(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) An anti-smoking shock treatment that will feature new graphic cigarette labels examined; sample packs with explanations and of pack images from other countries shown; details given about teen smokers and the legislation behind this concept. [FDA commissioner Dr. Margaret HAMBURG- says the images are powerful and will discourage kids from smoking cigarettes.] [On the street, four PEOPLE - offer views on the package images.] [Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids president Matthew MYERS- predicts a drop in lung cancer and heart disease rates.]
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