New medical data and leadership on tobacco control in China

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2011年04月09日(Sat) 12:39

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The Lancet, Volume 377, Issue 9773, Pages 1218 - 1220, 9 April 2011
doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(10)61391-8Cite or Link Using DOI
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New medical data and leadership on tobacco control in China

Yuanli Liu aEmail Address, Lincoln Chen a b

30% of the world's smokers are in China1 and news has emphasised the persistence of the problem.
The China Global Adults Smoking Survey, which was done by the China Center for Disease Control
and Prevention, reported that 53% of men aged 15 years and above are smokers; about the same
number as in 2002.2 Furthermore, it is estimated that 72% of non-smokers, including 180 million
children, are exposed to second-hand smoke.2—4 Smoking cessation rates in China are very
low—only 11% of smokers successfully quit, and 82% have never even thought about quitting.2

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