Allen Carr

Allen Carr (London, 2 September 1934 – Benalmádena, 29 November 2006) was a British author of books about quitting smoking and other psychological dependencies including alcohol addiction. He quit smoking after 33 years as a hundred-a-day chain smoker.

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