Subject: smoke-free TAPS | Diseases of the respiratory system | TAPS | Smoke-free | Research | Practices | Neoplasms. Tumors. Oncology. Including cancer and carcinogens | Tobacco control Act | act practices | compliance | RC254-282 | tobacco | RC705-779 | Uganda | tobacco control
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The Word Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control calls on parties to implement evidenced-based tobacco control policies, which includes Article 8 (protect the public from exposure to tobacco smoke), and Article 13 (tobacco advertisi... View more
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