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Lloyd Johnston

Johnston says 1% decline in teen smoking translates into significant decrease in premature deaths

a PSC In The News reference, 2012

"U.S. teen smoking declines to record low in 2012" - Reuters. 12/19/2012.

Lloyd Johnston says new data from Monitoring the Future that show a 1 percent decrease in teen smoking is important given the profound effects of cigarette smoking on preventable premature deaths and cancer cases.

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Lloyd Johnston

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