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Citations is a list of recently published papers and reports that the editors believe make an important and original contribution to the various fields in tobacco control. Copies of unpublished, private or generally hard-to-get reports that deserve wider notice are also of interest to Tobacco Control and should be sent to Simon Chapman, deputy editor, at the address on the inside front cover.
Addiction and pharmacology
Advertising and promotion
Epidemiology of tobacco use
Role of healthcare providers in tobacco control
Health effects of tobacco use
Politics of tobacco control
Economics of tobacco use, tobacco-related disease, and tobacco control
Legislation and regulation
Books and periodicals
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