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The Tobacco Control Vaccine: a population-based framework for preventing tobacco-related disease and death
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    Preventing tobacco Industry interference needs to be included in vaccine
    • Anne Jones, Tobacco Control Technical Adviser to The Union and WCTOH 2018 Scientific Committee member The Union

    There is also very clear evidence that tobacco industry interference is either delaying or dumbing down implementation of each of the MPOWER policies particularly in LMICs. The TC vaccine is a good concept but the framework needs to include monitoring, exposing and countering industry tactics.

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