Consumption of Tobacco
The second report of the Royal College of Physicians of London (331), issued in 1970, concludes that cigarette smoking today is a cause of death as important as were the epidemics of the last century and that from a standpoint of health policy, the consumption of tobacco is the same challenge for humanity today as typhoid fever, cholera, tuberculosis, and other epidemics were in the last century.
KeywordsCigarette Smoking Royal College Typhoid Fever Drug Consumption Developmental Problem
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