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Barbara Izzarelli, a Connecticut smoker who developed larynx cancer and won $8 million against a tobacco company last May in the first such jury award in New England, has been awarded another $4 million in punitive damages. (AP Photo/Norwich Bulletin, John Shishmanian, File)
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Barbara Izzarelli, a Connecticut smoker who developed larynx cancer and won $8 million against a tobacco company last May in the first such jury award in New England, has been awarded another $4 million in punitive damages. (AP Photo/Norwich Bulletin, John Shishmanian, File)

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