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Tiffany saw how smoking cigarettes ruins lives before she graduated high school. Before her 16th birthday, her mother was diagnosed with lung cancer and died shortly afterwards. She began smoking cigarettes in college and continued until her own daughter, Jaelin, turned sixteen. Tiffany knew she had to make a choice – to continue smoking or to live to see her daughter grow up and experience things her mother couldn’t, like her prom, graduation, and wedding. Because Tiffany stopped smoking, she knows she’ll be around to see it. And she can’t think of a better reason to quit than that.