Cigarettes kill two in every three smokers: Study

The research is the result of a four-year analysis of health outcomes from more than 200,000 men and women.

“Higher tobacco prices have been shown to be the most effective intervention available to governments to reduce demand for tobacco,” remarked Kerry Doyle, CEO, The NSW Heart Foundation, Australia.

“With smoking being a major cause of cardiovascular disease, including heart attack, stroke and peripheral vascular disease the more deterrents people have between them and smoking, the better,” said Doyle.

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