Confronting America’s Smoking Pandemic
A Time Line in Four Parts
Confronting Americas Smoking Pandemic, Part 4: 2000–2016
Dr. Alan Blum and Cancer Network have partnered to assemble a four-part slideshow series addressing the history of America’s smoking pandemic. Part 4 highlights a period of further regulation on the tobacco industry, the advent of e-cigarettes, and more.
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