Do you think tobacco companies should open rehab centers for those addicted who want to quit smoking?

Millions of people are hopelessly addicted and want to quit but can’t. The addiction is so bad that even all their friends dying from lung cancer doesn’t stop them. Many people near death still have to light up to the very end.

I smoke about 2 packs a day. If there was a rehab center for stopping smoking, I would definitely check in. What are your thoughts on this?

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3 Responses to “Do you think tobacco companies should open rehab centers for those addicted who want to quit smoking?”

  1. Stymie said:

    sure it would be one hell of a way for them to give back to those that they have “addicted” and it should be free and on their dime, but that would cut into their profits too much so never gonna happen

  2. gimme_jimmie48 said:

    yes they should.. tobacco is as addictive as any drug. My dad died of lung cancer.. but here I sit puffing away!

  3. Alexis R said:

    I don’t think tobacco companies should be the ones to open them. They are making a profit off of us and nobody put a gun to your head to start smoking. I smoke too, but I wouldn’t expect the tobacco companies to open rehab centers. I think independent medical centers should have some kind of programs for this. Something like AA with support would work wonders for people trying to quit. This can be a very serious addiction for some people and they find it almost impossible to quit. Some sort of rehab facility or support groups would be fantastic.




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