The Tobacco Atlas 4th Edition - American Cancer Society and the World Lung Foundation

 

tobaccoatlas4threvisedHow much is a life worth? In 2010, the tobacco industry's profit was equivalent to $6,000 for each death caused by tobacco. This video "How Much is a Life Worth? The Truth About Tobacco." sheds light on the global tobacco burden and devious tactics employed by the tobacco industry to addict new users. Tobacco is the single greatest cause of preventable death in the world. Left unchecked, it is predicted to kill more than 8 million people globally each year by 2030.

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Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC): Challenges for Latin America and the Caribbean - A Civil Society Report 2010

ficargcmctrptengcoverFIC Argentina prepared the first report on the implementation of the FCTC in Latin America and the Caribbean to show not only the great advances in the last few years in areas such as warning labels and smokefree environments, but also the many challenges that lie ahead. Partially supported by Health Canada's Global Forum. (English) (Español)