Smoking Levels In The WHO European Region Have Stabilized, But Greater Focus Needs To Be Placed On Young People, Women And Marginalized Groups - News
Smoking Levels In The WHO European Region Have Stabilized, But Greater Focus Needs To Be Placed On Young People, Women And Marginalized Groups
Sat, 03 Mar 2007 08:00 PM EST
... The European tobacco control report 2007, now published, presents an overview of tobacco use and tobacco-related harm in the Region, and reports progress in tobacco control at national and international levels since 2002 when the European Strategy for Tobacco Control was adopted. It also creates a baseline for monitoring progress in implementing the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. [click link for full article] ...
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