Jenni Sigler started smoking when she was 12 years old. By the time she was 33, she had tried everything to quit. Even with her health declining and her finances suffering, she remained a smoker.
Jenni’s story is common. In 2015, nearly 70 percent of smokers in the United States tried unsuccessfully to quit. [...] Health complications associated with smoking are also financially taxing, leading to nearly $170 billion in direct medical costs annually.