Because my voice is so important to my career, I had to be sure my cigarette was right for my throat. And, thanks to a very sensible test, I now know what cigarette mildness means.
American Opera, Broadway and television star Marguerite Piazza endorses Camel cigarettes in this ad and in a matching television commercial. Piazza explains that her voice is vital for her career, and so “I had to be sure my cigarette was right for my throat.” 1950 marked Piazza’s Broadway debut which resulted in a four-year recurring role on the NBC television show, “Your Show of Shows.” In 1968, Piazza underwent operations to remove malignant melanoma from her face followed by painful plastic surgery operations to fix the damage. In 1971, she became chairman of the National Crusade for the American Cancer Society for which she traveled to 27 cities to perform and give speeches to raise money for the cause. Then, in 1973, she was successfully treated for both uterine and cervical cancer. Studies have indicated that smoking is a risk factor for development and progression of cervical cancer in women with oncogenic HPV; however, smoking is linked with a decrease in uterine cancer risk.
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