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[New Hampshire] MCNALLY: Your Words: November was a big month in the world of tobacco prevention and cessation

First, locally, the Cheshire Coalition for Tobacco Free Communities hosted its second Butt Stop initiative to increase access to tobacco cessation resources throughout the region. Nearly 20 trained volunteer tobacco treatment coaches were stationed aroun
Keene (NH) Sentinel
added Nov 30, 2017 04:42

Tobacco industry admissions should strengthen global resolve on tobacco control

“But by being ordered by the courts to issue these corrective statements in American newspapers and on TV stations, the industry itself has been forced to come clean and acknowledge once and for all that its tobacco products kill.”
World Health Organization (WHO)
added Nov 29, 2017 17:12

[Asia-pacific, Indonesia] EDITORIAL: The truth about tobacco

failure to sign on will increasingly convince the world that Indonesia under President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s leadership intends to continue its dependence on tobacco as a leading source of revenue — while cigarette packets cost little over US$1 and giant
Jakarta Post (id)
added Nov 29, 2017 15:28

Tobacco companies picked a disenchanted robot to warn against smoking dangers

Likewise, the print versions, some of which appeared in The New York Times, are equally stale; straightforward ads without color or any other attention-grabbing design elements.
added Nov 29, 2017 15:26
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[Michigan] EDITORIAL: Anti-tobacco ads a long time coming

“In Michigan, tobacco companies spend $295 million yearly to market cigarettes and other tobacco products to young adults. Not surprisingly, nine out of 10 tobacco users start before the age of 18. We’re hopeful these corrective statements will shine the
Escanaba (MI) Daily Press
added Nov 29, 2017 15:20

[New Hampshire] Editorial: Truth in advertising, finally

In New Hampshire, those costs... include 1,900 residents who die from smoking every year...Schools should post the newspaper ads in hallways and teachers should explain why the ad campaign is being conducted – because tobacco companies spent huge sums to
Concord (NH) Monitor
added Nov 29, 2017 15:19

Tobacco Companies Forced to Admit That Smoking Is Deadly

The ads are coming at time when tobacco companies are resorting to a variety of measures to thwart progress in smoking cessation and reduction. Philip Morris International, for example, is trying to rebrand itself as part of the solution by funding the F
Medical Tribune
added Nov 29, 2017 15:18

[New Zealand] Tobacco industry admits that smoking kills

Cancer Society's National Health Promotion and Campaigns Manager, Shayne Nahu (Ngati Pikiao) says, "Tobacco is still our biggest killer and there's up to 5000 people every year dying from smoking-related causes. In respects of cancer, it's the single big
Māori Television (nz)
added Nov 29, 2017 00:41

[Asia-pacific, Philippines] Cancer survivors welcome ‘truth in ads’ order

“The corrective statements only confirmed what the international health community has been saying all these years – that tobacco companies used deceit in marketing and that their products are nothing but deadly,” New Vois Association of the Philippines (
Manila Bulletin (ph)
added Nov 29, 2017 00:39
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[Asia-pacific, Philippines] Cancer survivors hope PH adopts U.S. truth in ads order on big tobacco

The New Vois Association of the Philippines said American big tobacco, led by Philip Morris USA, were to run ads on smoking in 50 print and online media starting November 26 in compliance with a 2006 court decision that found them “guilty of violating ra (TV 5) (ph)
added Nov 29, 2017 00:39
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