Enough is Enough: Renew Your Commitment to Ending the Tobacco Epidemic

Take the Pledge

On January 17, U.S. Surgeon General Boris Lushniak released the 50th Anniversary Surgeon General’s report and announced that 20 million of our fathers, mothers, husbands, wives, sisters, brothers and children lost their lives to tobacco since 1964.

The American Lung Association has been fighting to keep youth from starting to smoke and help smokers quit since 1958—six years before the first Surgeon General’s report was issued in 1964. Our collective efforts have saved over 8 million lives. But that’s not enough. And that’s why the American Lung Association is renewing its commitment to ending tobacco caused death and disease once and for all.

But we can’t do it without your help. Please join us. Will you renew your commitment to ending this terrible epidemic?


Yes, I pledge to help the American Lung Association end the tobacco epidemic by:

  • preventing kids from starting to smoke,
  • helping smokers quit and
  • protecting everyone from the dangers of secondhand smoke.

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