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Graphic photos on tobacco packs save lives: WHO report

Large, graphic health warnings on tobacco packets in China would increase awareness about the harms of smoking, help to cut smoking rates, and in doing so save lives according to global studies. These are the key findings from a new study and report. "This new report presents a very compelling case for the introduction of large, pictorial -- or 'graphic' -- health warnings on all tobacco packages in China," a WHO Representative in China said.
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