Effect of the California Tobacco Control Program on Personal Health Care Expenditures

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Background Large state tobacco control programs have been shown to reduce smoking and would be expected to affect health care costs.... » More
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PLoS Med. 2008 Aug 26; 5(8):e178
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James M Lightwood, Alexis Dinno, Stanton A Glantz

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