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Friday, 21 October 2016
WHO Must Allow Wider Debate on Dealing With Worldwide Smoking Problem
Continuing exclusion of dissenting voices on tobacco control will lead to poor public policy By Gary Johns The World Health Organization (WHO) predicts there will be 1 billion smokers worldwide by 2025 — a total that's about the same as today's except for the fact that tobacco consumption is falling in the West and rising in the East, especially in China. China, which has ratified the WHO Convention on Tobacco Control, will be an important player in the next round of tobacco control talks. The...
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