In this ad, an ear, nose and throat doctor holding a "germ-proof" pack of Camel cigarettes attests to the brand's ability to filter the "peppery dust.
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It led to Congress passing a law requiring warning labels on tobacco products which President Johnson signed on July 27, and, eventually, imposing tighter restrictions on cigarette advertising in print and broadcasting. Share it:. Readers who may have been doubtful were assured the research featured "actual statements from doctors themselves. All That's Interesting.
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Readers who may have been doubtful were assured the research featured "actual statements from doctors themselves. Even in this ad, from as recent as , a white coat-wearing model hawks Kool cigarettes, continuing the premise of medical backing. This Marlboro ad both pours on the kitsch with a cute baby, and lays on the parental guilt "Just one question, Mom: The mirror-wielding dentist exudes authority about the medical advantages of Viceroy cigarettes in this ad.