The 1982 Surgeon General’s account stated that “Cigarette smoke is the major single reason of cancer humanity in the United States.” This declaration is as true today as it was in 1982. Because cigarette smoking and tobacco use is an acquire performance, one that the person chooses to do, smoking is the most avoidable cause of early death in our civilization. Smoking is accountable for almost 1 in 5 deaths in the joint States. Because cigarette smoking and tobacco use are acquire behaviors — behavior that persons choose to do — smoking is the majority avoidable cause of early death. . .