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About The Real Cost TV Commercial, 'Science Class'

A science teacher has a creepy looking specimen that resembles a scary alien pinned down on his dissecting tray. He tells them that it's formaldehyde, acrolein, nitrobenzene and has over 7,000 chemicals, which have horrible effects on you. They can cause prematurely wrinkled skin, stunted lung growth, tooth loss and cancer. As he's droning on about all the horrific effects, the specimen gets loose. Chaos ensues, and all the students start running like hell out of the classroom. If cigarettes looked as dangerous as they are, we'd all run like hell from them too.

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Nia Imani ... Girl calling the teacher's name, Kylee Russell ... Girl student wearing glasses
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