Impact of Printing Death and Disease Graphics on Cigarettes

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Impact of Printing Death and Disease Graphics on Cigarettes

Do ghastly Images Reduce Smoking? A study which was published on Tobacco Control reveals that publishing images of diseases and death on cigarette packages in Canada has seen a reduction in cigarette consumption. These graphic warning labels have been reported to be very effective.

 

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Geoffrey Kerosi is a prolific economics writer and an avid reader in economics, finance, business, politics and technology. He holds bachelors' Degree in Economics and Statistics from Kenyatta University. He has over 4 years of extensive experience working as a Policy researcher and Budget Analyst for Civil Society in Kenya. Contact: Email: geoffrey.kerosi@gmail.com Phone: +254 713 639 776 (Whats-app only) Twitter: @gkerosi

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