One Hundred Years in the Making: The Global Tobacco Epidemic

Annual Review Of Public Health

Today’s global tobacco epidemic may represent one of the first instances of the globalization of a noninfectious cause of disease. In the Annual Review of Public Health, USC Institute for Global Health directors Jonathan Samet and Heather Wipfli focus on the first century of the global tobacco epidemic and its current status, reviewing the current and projected future of the global tobacco epidemic and the steps that are in progress to end it.

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Authors: Samet JM, Wipfli H
Published By: Annual Reviews
Date: March 18, 2016
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