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Smoking controls ‘have saved 8 million Americans’ since 1964

Measures over the past 50 years to reduce smoking in the US have saved an estimated 8 million premature deaths, increasing the average spans of those lives by almost 20 years, an analysis in a special issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association has found.

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