Korean Adventists continuing with zeal anti-tobacco programs

Daniel Cho, right, leads the Adventist Church’s Health Ministries in South Korea. [photos: Ansel Oliver/ANN] The Seventh-day Adventist Church in South Korea uses an outdated program to help people quit smoking. Originally launched in 1960 as a pioneering smoking cessation plan, the church’s Five Day Stop Smoking Plan has since evolved to nine days, resulting in higher success rates around the world

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