Actor William Talman, best known as Hamilton Burger on the Perry Mason television program, died of lung cancer in 1968 at age 53. He made a couple of anti-smoking ads for the America Cancer Society after his terminal diagnosis shortly before his death. See below. Smoking rates in the US was around 40% among adults in 1968. Today it is about 15%
Some of the unvaccinated would be doing the world a public service if they made similar commercials for Covid vaccination.
Florida doctor says many hospitalized COVID-19 patients regret not getting vaccine
Dr. Victor Herrera with Adventhealth said a vast majority of their COVID-19 patients who were not vaccinated, several ill people have expressed regret when it was too late.
“Right before he was about to be [intubated], ‘I wish I had received a vaccine,’” Herrera said the patient told him. “Now they are very sick in the hospital, they are about to be [intubated], they and their families have thoughts related to if they made the right decision [about the vaccine.]”
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