The Challenge of Tobacco Control in China

This publication co-authored by USC Institute for Global Health Director Jonathan Samet aims to lower relative risks of overall and cause-specific mortality among former smokers compared with continuing smokers in a cohort in China. For China, an immediate increase in the pace of smoking cessation is essential to avoid a rising burden of smoking-attributable disease in a country with the world’s largest number of smokers. These new findings provide nationally relevant evidence of the benefits of cessation.

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Authors:  Samet JM
Published By: American Journal of Epidemiology
Date: December 3, 2008
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