Ray is living proof as Quitline launches stop smoking program
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Ray Robinson smoked for 38 years. Four years ago he finally gave it up but it wasn't easy and it didn't happen overnight.
Ray, who started smoking when he was 15, had trouble getting around and stairs were a nightmare, then the heart trouble started and in 2004 he had to have a stent implanted.
"At that time of my life I sort of hit a brick wall. I was pretty active in my life at that time and hitting that...
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