Moving forward in the Americas: tobacco control fosters sustainable development
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[EXTRACT]. This special issue applies this lens, bringing an equity focus to tobacco control measures, with particular attention paid to vulnerable groups (e.g., youth and low-income quintiles) and including a gender perspective. Further, one analysis empha- sizes the extent of environmental damage posed across the tobacco production chain, including the economic cost of tobacco products waste, and proposes policies to address this.
Blanco Marquizo A, Bianco E, Paraje G, Gouda HN, Birckmayer J, Welding K et al. Moving forward in the Americas: tobacco control fosters sustainable development. Rev Panam Salud Publica. 2022;46:e139. https://doi.org/10.26633/RPSP.2022.139
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