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Tobacco use is costly, but so is quitting. Surveys of 8 African countries show who needs help

By Sam Filby, Research Officer, Research on the Economics of Excisable Products, University of Cape Town
In low-income countries, tobacco use is often associated with lower income and less education. These users can’t afford to pay for counselling and medication.The Conversation

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