Tobacco Control Could Save 7.4 Million Lives

A new study out of Georgetown University was published today in the Bulletin of the World Health Organization, concluding that the tobacco control measures in 40 countries could prevent 7.4 million premature deaths due to smoking by the year 2050. The first of it’s kind, the study shows that government implementation of simple control measures truly reduces the number of deaths as a result of tobacco use. Read more here, or check out the complete study over at the World Health Organization’s website.

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