jueves, 19 de junio de 2014 - 17 de Junio 2014 – EEUU

The double standards of Canada’s tobacco control

By now, Canadians are used to seeing the gruesome pictures on cigarette packages of diseased lungs, rotting gums and emaciated patients dying from smoking-related diseases.

Except for a period in 2010 when the federal government briefly considered abandoning plans to strengthen cigarette warning labels (an idea that was scuttled when media reports emerged of federal lobbying by cigarette manufacturers), Canada has been a world leader when it comes to requiring large, graphic warnings on cigarette labels.

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