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Why we should tackle adult smoking first
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    Response to Dr Hill''s excellent article

    Comprehensive Tobacco Control Strategies Impact Youth and Adults

    by Rick Kropp Tobacco Prevention and Policy Resources Santa Rosa, CA May 1, 1998

    Efforts to Prevent and Reduce Youth Smoking Also Help Reduce Adult Smoking, And Vice Versa

    As someone who has been falsely accused for many years of “just” being a youth access specialist and “just” focusing on youth tobacco prevention, I have dev...

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