Star of Anti-Smoking Campaign Still Puffs

The ads are shocking in their graphic depiction of the effects of smoking. Skip Legault, with his tale of two heart attacks, strokes and an amputated right leg, has become the star of anti-smoking posters and commercials blanketing New York since December. But the 48-year-old former repairman isn't getting the message -- Legault said he still smokes up to a full pack of Marlboros every day. "I can't stop smoking," Legault told ABCNEWS.com. "I've been smoking since I was 8, and I'm afraid to...Full Story
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