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Cold turkey with a side of pills

By Ishani Ganguli
Globe Correspondent / February 5, 2007

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Philip Quartier, a 64-year-old stockbroker from Mission Hill, had been smoking a pack of cigarettes a day for 45 years when he quit for the first time. After five clean years, an impulse led him to pick up another cigarette eight months ago, and the biking enthusiast, who has lung disease, was frustrated to be back to his old habit. (Full article: 934 words)

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