Smokers collect cancer-producing tar in their lungs.
We see a sponge as a voiceover explains how the human lung is designed to soak up air. Pan out to reveal the silhouette of a person smoking a cigarette and the sponge breathing in and out to resemble a lung. Cut to a pair of hands that wrings the tar collected in the sponge into a beaker.
VO: Human lungs are like sponges designed to soak up air. But some people use their lungs to soak up cigarette smoke. If you could wring out the cancer-producing tar that goes into the average pack-a-day smoker’s lungs every year, this is how much you’d get. It’s enough to make you sick. Very sick.
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