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Tobacco control campaign in Uruguay: a population-based trend analysis
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14 September 2012
On 14 September 2012 The Lancet reported:
In 2005, Uruguay initiated a series of comprehensive anti-smoking measures. In this article, researchers present findings from their population-based trend analysis, which show a clear decrease in the prevalence of smoking in Uruguay between 2005 and 2011. The found that Uruguay's comprehensive tobacco-control campaign is associated with a substantial, unprecedented decrease in tobacco use. Decreases in tobacco use in other low-income and middle-income countries of the magnitude seen in Uruguay would have a substantial effect on the future global burden of tobacco-related diseases.
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