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Cigarettes - Addiction and Product Dangers It is clear that businesses have an obligation to inform their customers about their products ingredients and dangers Looking at the case of Rose Cipollone we see that she was a heavy smoker Her doctors had to remove part of her right cancerous lung and informed her that she had to quit smoking Unfortunately she was addicted Her doctors removed the rest of her lung that year and she finally quit smoking She then sued the Liggett Group the makers of the cigarettes she smoked The lawsuit charged that the company knew of the link between cancer and smoking in the early 1940s The company was found innocent of conspiring with other tobacco companies to hide the dangers of cigarette smoking but guilty on the grounds of falsely claiming its products were safe However things have changed It is not 1940 anymore when people were ignorant about the dangers of smoking Tobacco companies now have Surgeon General warnings on cigarette packs Unless they have been living under a rock the general public should have been exposed to enough information by this time when it comes to cigarettes and addiction Nicotine information is but a click away Tobacco companies should no longer have the obligation to warn their customers except if a new ingredient is added in which case they should be notified No one is saying get rid of the Surgeon General warnings but enough is enough If a person wants to smoke 3 packs of cigarettes a day then that is their choice tobacco companies should not be held responsible Let us examine the hype surrounding the supposed danger and addition of nicotine The Food and Drug Administration tells us that nicotine the addictive drug found in cigarettes is just as addictive as cocaine and should be illegal
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