It's fun it's enlightening! All you do is smoke Camels, and only Camels, for 30 days. Compare them in your T-zone.
This advertisement is part of Camel’s “Not One Single Case of Throat Irritation” campaign, in which Camel had throat specialists examine patients weekly, for 30 days, for throat irritation. None was reported, according to the ad, “due to smoking Camels.” Of course, this claim is meaningless. Serious throat and lung problems can not be expected to appear after 30 days of smoking, and there was no way for the doctors to identify the source of irritation as due to smoking Camels if irritation did arise. The ad also includes seven testimonials, some from everyday citizens, and others from celebrities. The primary testimonial is from real estate broker Elana O’Brian. Other everyday endorsers in this ad include chemical enginner Ed Paxton, editorial assistant Virginia Walcutt, secretary Lee Teller, and air travel agency owner Tod Crone. The two celebrities are big band singer Michael Douglas (1925-2006), who was diagnosed with prostate cancer, and sportswoman Jean French.
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