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01 June 2011

Smoking could kill 8 million a year by 2030: WHO

Tobacco will kill nearly six million people this year, including 600,000 non-smokers, because governments are not doing enough to persuade people to quit.

Tobacco will kill nearly six million people this year, including 600,000 non-smokers, because governments are not doing enough to persuade people to quit or protect others from second-hand smoke, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said.

WHO's Framework Convention on Tobacco Control

 

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