Anti-Tobacco Policies Help Save Lives

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By Molly Clifton

Anti-tobacco polices could help millions of people around the world live longer, according to Georgetown University researchers.

Their study focused on 41 countries.

It found measures, including advertising bans and higher taxes on tobacco, will prevent about 7 and a half million premature deaths in the coming decades.



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