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What will it take to get to under 5% smoking prevalence by 2025? Modelling in a country with a smokefree goal
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    An update on smoking prevalence projections to 2025 and beyond in New Zealand
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    Frederieke S. van der Deen and Nick Wilson (on behalf of the other authors; both from the University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand)

    This electronic letter aims to give readers an update on the smoking prevalence projections to 2025 and beyond in New Zealand (NZ) that were provided in the paper by Ikeda et al. NZ is now one of four nations with an official smokefree goal (others are: Fin...

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