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Is Sub-Saharan Africa Not Taking Tobacco Harm Reduction Seriously?

By 21 Sep 2022No Comments

A new article has been published by the Tobacco Reporter magazine, which highlights the “urgent need for the region to embrace tobacco harm reduction, according to a new briefing paper published by Knowledge Action Change (KAC).”

“KAC argues that tobacco harm reduction could generate significant public health gains for the countries in sub-Saharan Africa and is particularly crucial at a time when the number of tobacco users across the continent as a whole is set to increase to 62 million by 2025.”

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