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An endgame for tobacco?
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    Report ignores key issue in tobacco end game: smokers with behavioral health comorbidity
    • Jill M Williams, MD; Director of the Division of Addiction Psychiatry
    • Other Contributors:
      • Marc L Steinberg, PhD and Jeff Willett, PhD

    The prospect of a tobacco endgame in which death and disease from tobacco would be virtually eliminated is very exciting. We read the May 2013 issue of Tobacco Control on the Tobacco Endgame with great interest. The issue features 20 articles by esteemed co-authors who are known internationally for their work on tobacco control. Each individual article is excellent; however, we were surprised and disappointed that thi...

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