WHO names tobacco as Public Enemy No.1, but ignores harm reduction

New WHO policy recommendations conclude that the best way of achieving public-health targets is through continued pressure on tobacco – but the theory of harm reduction as part of tobacco control does not feature ...

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      New WHO policy recommendations conclude that the best way of achieving public-health targets is through continued pressure on tobacco – but the theory of harm reduction as part of tobacco control does not feature ...

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