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ASPIRE (A Smoking Prevention Interactive Experience) is an evidence-based, youth-oriented tobacco prevention curriculum developed by researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The web-based program, designed for middle and high school students, uses animations, videos and interactive activities to communicate the facts about smoking and tobacco use. This bilingual program provides an engaging way for teenagers to learn about the dangers of tobacco use and offers skills to adopt a tobacco-free lifestyle. The CATCH Global Foundation supports distribution of ASPIRE to schools and organizations across the country.