Deadly Habit Pays Nonprofit's Bill
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Jan. 20, 2010, Kennewick, Wash., Tri-City Herald — Smoking almost killed Kennewick businessman John Lee, though he's still using cigarettes. But seven years after a double-lung transplant, Lee no longer smokes. Instead, he sells them to funnel money to his one-man nonprofit, Northwest Lung, which assists patients undergoing lung transplants in Seattle.