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Public Health Initiatives for Smoking Cessation

Tauras JA and Chaloupka FJ. Current Cardiovascular Risk Reports, 1: 391-395, 2007.

The prevalence of adult smoking in the United States declined from 42.4% in 1965 to 20.9% in 2005. Much of the success in reducing the prevalence of adult smoking over the past four decades can be attributed to tobacco control policies. This paper provides an overview of public health initiatives for smoking cessation in the United States and provides a review of the existing literature on the effects of these tobacco control initiatives on adult smoking cessation.

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