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It’s over-reported news by now, that the cancer industry is a multi-billion dollar cash machine. The American Cancer Society also promotes companies who make cancer drugs, and totally skip over some of the natural and simple treatments that are offered by Mother Nature. Christina Sarich is a humanitarian and freelance writer helping you to Wake up Your Sleepy Little Head, and See the Big Picture.
Get the latest key natural health information from NaturalSociety with our daily newsletter, and receive three free health guides and one full length E-book! You don't need to be signed in to read BMJ Blogs, but you can register here to receive updates about other BMJ products and services via our site. In a welcome step forward from the weak text-only ‘smoking can be deadly’ and similar warnings that have thus far graced cigarette packs, Germany is set to introduce graphic health warnings. Despite tentative progress in recent years, Germany has historically been one of Europe’s poster children for tobacco control legislative failure. While the news is welcome, much remains to be done: Germany has long languished near the bottom of European countries for its many shortcomings in tobacco control policy and implementation. Although some smoke free legislation is in place, lax advertising restrictions have allowed tobacco companies to continue to use advertising billboards in Germany – one of only two European countries which have not yet outlawed such a blatant violation of the FCTC. According to the German Cancer Research Center, 121,000 people die from smoking-related causes each year, representing 13.5% of all deaths in Germany. The introduction of graphic health warnings signals a pivotal moment which it is hoped will be the beginning of serious tobacco control legislation and the inexorable decline of smoking in Germany.
Across forty years I’ve come to recognise many factoid-driven myths about smoking that just won’t die.
Their persistence owes much to their being a vehicle for those who utter them to express unvoiced but clear sub-texts that reflect deeply held beliefs about women, the disadvantaged, mental illness, government health campaigns and the “natural”. As a result, men’s tobacco-caused death rates have always been much higher than those of women.
Those who keep on insisting girls smoke more are probably just letting their sexist outrage show about noticing girls’ smoking than their ignorance about the data. In Australia, 11% of those in the highest quintile of economic advantage smoke, compared with 27.6% in the lowest quintile. Smoking prevalence data reflect two things: the proportion of people who ever smoked, and the proportion who quit. If we look at the most disadvantaged group, we find that a far higher proportion take up smoking than in their more well-to-do counterparts. There is a higher percentage of the disadvantaged who smoke mainly because more take it up, not because disadvantaged smokers can’t or won’t quit.
Countless studies have asked ex-smokers why they stopped and current smokers about why they are trying to stop.
If information and warnings about the dire consequences of smoking “don’t work”, then from where do all these ex-smokers ever get these top-of-mind concerns?
People who smoke rollies often look you in the eye and tell you that factory made cigarettes are full of chemical additives, while roll-your-own tobacco is “natural” – it’s just tobacco. This myth was first turned very unceremoniously on its head when New Zealand authorities ordered the tobacco companies to provide them with data on the total weight of additives in factory made cigarettes, roll-your-own and pipe tobacco.
Roll-your-own tobacco is pickled in flavouring and humectant chemicals, the latter being used to keep the tobacco from drying out when smokers expose the tobacco to the air 20 or more times a day when they remove tobacco to roll up a cigarette.
It’s true that people with mental health problems are much more likely to smoke than those without diagnosed mental health conditions. Endlessly repeating that “90%” of those with schizophrenia smoke does these people a real disservice. Level 3: accurately appreciating the meaning, severity, and probabilities of developing tobacco related diseases. Level 4: personally accepting that the risks inherent in levels 1–3 apply to one’s own risk of contracting such diseases. Level 1 knowledge is very high, but as you move up the levels, knowledge and understanding greatly diminish.
It’s true that if you smoke five cigarettes a day rather than 20, your lifetime risk of early death is less (although check the risks for one to four cigarettes a day here). But trying to “reverse engineer” the risk by just cutting down rather than quitting has been shown in at least four large cohort studies such as this one to confer no harm reduction. The most polluted areas of Australia are cities where pollution from industry and motor vehicle emissions are most concentrated.
If you ask 100 ex-smokers how they quit, between two-thirds and three-quarters will tell you they quit unaided: on their final successful quit attempt, they did not use nicotine replacement therapy, prescribed drugs, or go to some dedicated smoking cessation clinic or experience the laying on of hands from some alternative medicine therapist. So if you ask the question: “What method is used by most successful quitters when they quit?” The answer is cold turkey.
Fine print on this English National Health Service poster states a bald-faced lie by saying that “There are some people who can go cold turkey and stop. In just the way that five out of six participants in a round of deadly Russian roulette might proclaim that putting a loaded gun to their head and pulling the trigger caused no harm, those who use this argument are just ignorant of risks and probability.
Many probably buy lottery tickets with the same deep knowing that they have a good chance of winning.
This claim is the essence of what is known as the “hardening hypothesis”: the idea that decades of effort to motivate smokers to quit has seen all the low-hanging fruit fall from the tree, leaving only deeply addicted, heavy smokers today. Repeated studies have found that around 90% of smokers regret having started, and some 40% make an attempt to quit each year. But I’m always amused at some die-hard smokers’ efforts explain that they smoke for pleasure and so efforts to persuade them to stop are essentially just anti-hedonistic tirades. Many studies have documented that the “pleasure” of smoking centres around the relief smokers get when they have not smoked for a while. This argument is a bit like saying that being beaten up every day is something you want to continue with, because hey, it feels so good when the beating stops for a while. Several nations have outlawed cigarette descriptors such as “light” and “mild” because of evidence that such products do not deliver lower amounts of tar and nicotine to smokers, and so are deceptive. The allegedly lower yields from cigarettes labelled this way resulted from a massive consumer fraud.
Cigarette manufacturers obtained these low readings by laboratory smoking machine protocols which took a standardized number of puffs, at a standardized puff velocity. Today, where use of these descriptors has been stopped, the consumer deception continues with the companies using pack colours to loudly hint to smokers about which varieties are “safer”. This utterly compelling video demonstration shows how ineffective filters are in removing this deadly sludge. Plainly, as smoking continues to decline, diminishing tax returns will occur, although this will be cushioned by the rising population which will include some smokers. Those of us who don’t smoke do not squirrel away what we would have otherwise spent on smoking in a jam jar under the bed.
Smoking increases the risk of many different diseases, and collectively these take about ten years off normal life expectancy from those who get them.
If a 20-a-day smoker starts at 17 and dies at 71, 54 years of smoking would see 394,470 cigarettes smoked. So by losing ten years off life expectancy, each cigarette smoked takes about 2.2 times the time it takes to smoke it off the life expectancy that might otherwise have been enjoyed. Someone who thought that the fiscal ledger was all that mattered in good government might conclude from this that smokers easily pay their way and perhaps we should even encourage smoking as a citizen’s patriotic duty.
With smokers being considerate enough to die early, these noble citizens lay down their lives early and thus contribute “savings due to premature death” like failing to draw a state pension or needing aged care services late in life. Sorry, but US and British manufacturers have been aggressively marketing cigarettes in places such as China since the early years of last century.
The large populations, the often lax tobacco-control policies and the higher corruption indexes of many low- and middle-income nations makes many of these nirvanas for Big Tobacco. There are fewer more nauseating experiences than reading the corporate social responsibility reports of tobacco transnationals and then seeing how they operate in smokers’ paradises such as Indonesia. But a confined laboratory container does not remotely mirror real life exposures in oceans or rivers.
Naturally, all businesses would rather their customers lived as long as possible so that the cash registers can keep ringing out long and loud. Visit any tobacco transnational’s website and you will find lots of earnest and caring talk about the companies’ dedication to doing all they can to reduce the terrible harm caused by their products. It might be if the same companies were showing any sign of taking their feet off the turbo-drive accelerator of opposing effective tobacco control policies.
For all their unctuous hand-wringing about their mission to reduce harm, they are all utterly determined to keep as many smoking as possible.
In a 2014 open letter to the WHO’s director general Margaret Chan signed by 53 researchers, it was argued “Controls on [ecigarette] advertising to nonsmokers, and particularly to young people are certainly justified, but a total ban would have many negative effects, including protection of the cigarette market and implicit support for tobacco companies. Clive Bates who “had a hand” in organising the letter but curiously did not sign it, is a former director of England’s Action on Smoking and Health. In the October 2000 Danger in the Playground, Bates documented many of the most telling examples of candid industry talk about the vital role of children to the future of tobacco industry profitability.
Bates replied challenging this apparent inconsistency, arguing that his 2000 statement referred to tobacco companies while his 2015 statement referred to ecigarette companies. The same analysis can of course be applied to the current contribution of young smokers to the total cigarette market. Bates knows perfectly that tobacco companies understand the importance of smoking uptake by children to their future, but seems to believe that such a thought has never crossed the minds of ecig manufacturers. This language only needs to be contrasted with the many counterfactual examples he supplied in his own 2000 publication. In much the same way as the tobacco industry has long done, many of those promoting vaping are today trying to walk on both sides of the street on youth vaping.
In the USA today data from the US National Youth Tobacco Survey show that while cigarette smoking continues to fall in US teenagers, e-cigarette use has been dramatically increasing since 2011 and is now way ahead of cigarette smoking: there are now some 50% more middle and high school kids vaping than are smoking, with an estimated 340,000 vaping on more than 20 days each month.
A recent systematic review in the Lancet of nicotine and psychosis concluded that “Daily tobacco use is associated with increased risk of psychosis and an earlier age at onset of psychotic illness. The first step was successfully abolishing tobacco advertisements at the points-of-sale – an effective and easy option used to create a sustained reminder about these dangerously addictive products. The Public Health wing of the Kerala Health Services Department spearheaded the extensive campaign that resulted in removal of tobacco advertisements from 95.3% of points-of-sale over an 18-month period across 14 districts of the state.
Dr AS Pradeep Kumar, a medical doctor with a PhD in tobacco control and then Additional Director of Health Services (Public Health) who coordinated this effort, said a three-phase activity plan was developed with District Medical Officers at the core. The process that started during World No Tobacco Day 2013 saw both integrated and intense drives that effectively pooled the services of health personnel from district to primary health centre level.


The American Red Cross is under increasing pressure to refuse tobacco industry donations, to bring it into line with guidelines of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and most of the 189 national affiliates.
A spokeswoman for the American Red Cross Laura Howe, was quoted in a Reuters report of the issue that the organisation was “happy to accept any funds that support its efforts to assist disaster victims.” The double standards implicit in the statement is striking, given the annual death toll from tobacco products in the USA is over 400,000 – far in excess of any other natural or human-caused disaster. While the American Red Cross won’t engage in cause marketing or imply an endorsement of a tobacco product, the value of the association to Altria Group is as clear as would be the case if the Red Cross allowed its logo to be merged with the Marlboro logo. Depending on the type of national regulation, cigarette vending machines pose serious problems for tobacco control including: increasing cigarette availability, facilitating smoking relapse, providing cigarette access points for children and other non-smokers, normalizing cigarette purchases , and serving as a promotional tool for the tobacco industry. There is a wide range of variations concerning how different nations regulate cigarette vending machines.
In July, 2014, while holidaying in Stuttgart, I was shocked to see how ubiquitous cigarette machines were in public places. To operate vending machines, a German identity card or driver’s licence is required to ‘prove’ the purchaser was over 18. Vending machine affixed to low wall on footpath next to small park frequented by children of all ages.
Another machine was photographed on the external wall of a shop in a village square about 30 minutes from Stuttgart, opposite the small town hall. It seems extraordinary that the placement of vending machines in public streets probably makes cigarettes the most accessible retail product in Germany. Over the last four years my partner and I have been visiting Myanmar, we have seen one of the poorest countries in the world begin a magnificent transformation. Must these people, now on the brink of political liberation after waiting for 60 years, be conned by the great marketers, big tobacco, into a life of increased disease and premature death? As a tobacco warrior from the mid-1980s in Australia, I remember well the battle to get the first legislation in the world to ban tobacco advertising and hypothecate cigarette levies for health promotion purposes through the upper house of the Victorian state parliament. On January 10, Pascal Diethelm, President of Swiss NGO OxyRomandie, joined nearly 18 international health organisations and German politicians in sending an open letter to the mayor of Dortmund, the Honourable Ullrich Sierau, urging the cancellation of Inter-tabac Asia 2014. Thank you for communicating to us the position of Messe Westfalenhallen Dortmund GmbH concerning the organization of Inter-tabac ASIA 2014 by the city of Dortmund. The official implication of the municipality of Dortmund in such an event, even indirectly through your company, of which the city of Dortmund is the sole shareholder, clearly violates Germany’s legal obligations emanating from article 5.3 of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC), an international treaty ratified by your country on 16 December 2004. The Guidelines on Article 5.3 of the treaty (see attached German translation) indicate to parties how to fulfill their obligations emanating from the Convention. Currently, tobacco kills 6 million people per year and this toll continues to rise while it is at the same time shifting from the highly developed world to lower income countries. In Indonesia, where over two-thirds of the men smoke and where the age of initiation of smoking is commonly below 10, the toll caused by tobacco is taking genocidal proportions. In such a context, we were stupefied when we read that your company, Messe Westfalenhallen Dortmund GmbH, and therefore the city of Dortmund, feel comfortable with having contributed to this Golden Holocaust for 30 years, as it claims to have done it “with integrity”. Fortunately, there are people in this world with a conscience, a high sense of morality and who are prepared to act in conformance with their values. This decision of a man with real integrity sends a clear signal to the city of Dortmund, whose reputation is being tarnished in this affair. As partners in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, we believe it is important to stay connected to our community through tradeshows, conferences, and web-based interactions in order to always be aware of what our customers need.
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ACS would be the last place I would look for advice to prevent cancer, and yes, I believe that it has all of the traits of a satanic cult. Epstein and many others for shining a light on an institution that is more concerned with lining their pockets than stopping cancer – the American Cancer Society (ACS). It doesn’t do a single study on how GMOs affect cancer rates, or other environmental toxins – like oil spills, chemtrails, polluted water, etc.
Big pharma giant AstraZeneca has made multimillion dollar contributions to ACS, influencing just about everything that the ACS does – every poster, leaflet or commercial product about Breast Cancer Awareness you can think of. That reputation may begin to change from 20 May, when gory pictures of black lungs, dead bodies and other consequences of smoking will be plastered over two thirds of the surface area of cigarette packs, in line with European Union regulations.
Even neighbouring Austria, the perennial ‘rogue state’ of European tobacco control, does not allow cigarette billboards. There are significant regional variations in the country, with the percentage of smoking-related deaths as high as 23% in some places.
If I asked for a dollar each time I had to refute these statements, I’d have accumulated a small fortune. Occasionally, a survey will show one age band where it’s the other way around, but from the earliest mass uptake of smoking in the first decades of last century, men streaked out way ahead of women. Women’s lung cancer rates, for example, seem unlikely to reach even half the peak rates that we saw among men in the 1970s. With 27.6% of the most disadvantaged smoking today, the good news is that nearly three-quarters don’t.
I have never seen such a study when there was not daylight between the first reason cited (worry about health consequences) and the second most nominated reason (usually cost). The reasoning here that we are supposed to understand is that it’s these chemicals that are the problem, while the tobacco, being “natural”, is somehow OK. A meta-analysis of 42 studies on tobacco smoking by those with schizophrenia found an average 62% smoking prevalence (range 14%-88%).
This small 1986 US study of just 277 outpatients with schizophrenia has today been cited a remarkable 1,135 times. Very few people, for example, are likely to know that two in three long term smokers will die of a smoking caused disease, nor the average number of years that smokers lose off normal life expectancy. By “pollution”, those who make this argument don’t mean natural particulate matter such as pollen and soil dusts, they mean nasty industrial and vehicle pollution. Lung cancer incidence is highest in Australia in (wait for this …) in the least polluted very remote regions of the country, where smoking prevalence happens also to be highest.
But there aren’t many of them.” In the years before nicotine-replacement threapy and other drugs were available, many millions – including heavy smokers – quit smoking without any assistance.
This creates a small problem for the hardening hypothesis: in nations and states where smoking has reduced most, the average number of cigarettes smoked daily by continuing smokers has gone down, not up. The smoke inhaled by the machine was then collected in glass “lungs” behind the machine and the tar and nicotine weighed to give the readings per cigarette. So-called light or mild cigarettes had tiny, near-invisible pin-prick perforations just on the filter (see picture). Their lips and fingers partially occlude the tiny ventilation holes, thus allowing more smoke to be inhaled. But what few have seen is how much of that same muck enters the lungs and how much stays there. A smoker demonstrates holding the smoke in his mouth and then exhales it through a tissue paper, leaving a tell-tale brown stain. If governments really want to maximise smoking and tax receipts, they are doing a shockingly bad job of it. It reduces smoking like nothing else, and it provides substantial transfer of funds from smokers to government for public expenditure.
Of course, some lose many more (Beatle George Harrison died at just 58, Nat King Cole at 45). In that financial year, the government received $A7,816.35 billion in customs and excise duty and GST on tobacco.
History’s worst regimes have often seen economically non-productive people as human detritus deserving death. Every year uncounted millions if not billions are washed down gutters in storm water and find their way into rivers, harbours and oceans. There are some 1,338,000,000 cubic kilometers of water in the world oceans, so the contribution of cigarette butts to the toxification of all this could only excite a homeopath. Tobacco companies wish their products didn’t kill so many, but worship the god nicotine for its iron grip on so many. All the major companies have now invested heavily in electronic cigarettes, so isn’t this a sign that they taking harm reduction seriously? In that role, Bates directed and wrote one of the most excoriating critiques ever published of the tobacco industry’s long standing (and still running) denials of its designs on children.
He argued that currently, the vaping market is worth 100 times less than the cigarette market and that “nearly all vape customers come from the ranks of existing smokers”, which he said explains why adult smokers are the target market for ecigs.
For example, an early Australian analysis showed that while in one year the value of the underage market to manufacturers was $AUD18.7million, if 50% of young smokers continued to smoke, they would contribute $AUD112 billion at current prices to the industry across their lifetime.
They know the reputational risk of openly saying that they are unconcerned about youth uptake. Advertising like this, and 3 year old birthday party favourite flavours like these which Bates thinks should be allowed, are plainly intended to beguile teenagers. The possibility of a causal link between tobacco use and psychosis merits further examination.” It set out important arguments about why the “self-medication” hypothesis about nicotine (promoted by the tobacco industry) deserves reassessment against one where nicotine might be causative in psychosis. This major milestone for public health in the country represents strong government commitment, a favourable policy framework, accountability, and engagement by various departments to achieve robust enforcement.
The state’s Chief Minister Mr Oommen Chandy has said, “Public health has been and will be our priority.
Over 1,30,000 points-of-sale were inspected in drives held in two phases, from June to December 2013, and in January 2014, and notices issued to erring outlets.
Kerala Voluntary Health Services, a civil society organisation with nearly four-decade-long experience in research and field implementation in Kerala conducted the evaluation study. Sustainability of the achievement is being ensured by integrating it with ongoing inspections by the Health Department in the state. By way of comparison, Altria Group donated US$1 million to assist with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts, for which the US death toll was 117. Amongst developed countries, Germany must rank as one of the nations with the most laissez-faire approach to cigarette vending machine control.
How easy would it be, however, for a child to borrow, with or without permission, an adult’s age verification, or for parents to send their child to buy cigarettes for them?


Although there were some small advertisements for other goods on the few shops in the square, the cigarette picture on the vending machine was both the most eye-catching and the largest promotional item in the area.
Germans certainly have a long way to go when it comes to eliminating the harmful influence of cigarette vending machines on public health.
You can hear the buzz of Burmese conversation emanating from such meeting places day and night.
With a broad smile and a flourish we see the young Burmese attendant hold a can high in the air and squirt condensed milk into a tin mug before adding a hot coffee mixture and depositing the combined steaming sweet stuff into tiny white cups.
When we first came, villagers we talked to would not speak Aung San Suu Kyi’s name for fear they would be taken away.
On each table next to the chilli sauce and serviette dispenser is a small clear plastic container containing loose cigarettes. Yet just as some countries are turning the tide, the peddling of this poison in many emerging economies is growing exponentially. I personally witnessed Bruce Redpath (a noted Cancer Council supporter and prominent Australian business leader) phone the three main funders of the political party which were threatening to block the legislation. The Victorian Health Promotion Association – VicHealth – was born, and today the state of Victoria is a global leader in tobacco control.
On 23 January, he received a reply from Dr Andreas Weber, from the Marketing and Corporate Communications Department at Messe Westfalenhallen Dortmund GmbH. The treaty was also ratified by the European Union on 30 June 2005 and all EU Member States are now Parties to the treaty, which could therefore be also considered as providing a European  legal framework for tobacco control.
The return on its investment is directly linked to the commercial success of its exhibitors, the tobacco companies. You company does not seem to understand, or even have minimal appreciation, of the ethical and moral implications of the decision of the city of Dortmund to organize a trade fair in Bali aimed at promoting tobacco in Indonesia and Asia. This is the case of our tobacco control colleagues in Indonesia, who, with insignificant means compared to the financial power of the tobacco industry, are fighting with courage and determination to reduce the tobacco epidemic in their country and eliminate the grip tobacco multinationals have on it.
The tobacco issue is not going to fade away – on the contrary, it is now considered a priority risk factor in the global fight against non-communicable diseases.
Situations where a public institution is in bed with the tobacco industry are no longer acceptable and will be increasingly targeted as aberrations to eliminate.
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It pervades almost every industry, and keeps real, helpful information from being disseminated to the masses. They encounter them via anti-smoking campaigns, pack warnings, news stories about research and personal experiences with dying family and friends. With colleagues, I investigated this flagrant example of citation bias (where startling but atypical results stand out in literature searches and get high citations – “wow!
This is exactly the opposite of what the hardening hypothesis would predict if remaining smokers were mostly hard core. These holes are not covered by the “lips” or “fingers” of the laboratory smoking machine, allowing extra air to be inhaled and thus diluting the dose of tar and nicotine being collected. Smokers unconsciously “titrate” their smoking to obtain the dose of nicotine that their brain’s addiction centres demand: they can take more puffs, inhale more deeply, leave shorter butt lengths or smoke more cigarettes.
Across 54 years, that’s a cumulative 1,644 days of smoking (4.5 years of continual smoking if you put it all together).
Cigarette filters and butts contain toxic residue and experiments have shown that placing laboratory fish in containers for 48 hours with leachate extracted from used cigarette butts, 50% of the fish die.
Industry attempts at portraying themselves as corporately responsible by running dinky little clean-up campaigns or distributing personal butt disposal canisters avoids their efforts to keep as many smoking as possible. All continue to aggressively attack and delay any policy like tax hikes, graphic health warnings, plain packaging and advertising bans wherever in the world these are planned for introduction. These revelations were all made in internal tobacco industry documents released through the US Master Settlement Agreement between US state governments the tobacco industry, millions of which are now freely available here. As one 1973 tobacco document describing a supposed anti-youth smoking initiative put it “This is one of the proposals that we shall initiate to show that we as an industry are doing something about discouraging young people to smoke. Whenever data show negligible uptake by youth, this is rapidly megaphoned as self-evidently a good thing. Such serious considerations demand that trite dismissals of nicotine as being as benign as “like drinking coffee or something” be condemned. At the state level, we supported the districts by framing guidelines, monitoring and advising course corrections,” said Dr Kumar. Notices mandated that advertisement boards, stickers, or posters be removed within 7-10 days. The team looked out for hoardings, posters, stickers, display of cost, display of tobacco products or any other promotional material at points-of-sale. The millions who have lost family members to smoking, hooked by Marlboro’s seductive advertising while they were kids, may disagree. In a suburban street outside my Stuttgart hotel, one vending machine was located right next to a small park where children of all ages were observed playing ball games. Interestingly, the machine near the hotel required a minimum purchase of two cigarette packs: excellent for cementing relapses or for fostering dependence in experimental smokers. We have had to leave our usual coffee tastes behind, reminding ourselves that this is not our favourite Italian cafe back home in Sydney.
Myanmar ratified the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in 2004, but we see no impact of it in the daily rituals of the tea houses. I listened to these leaders agree that “no one in business worth their salt would work for a tobacco company today. In 2001, Myanmar’s neighbour Thailand took the same step and established the Thai Health Promotion Foundation.
Meanwhile, the Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika has reportedly blocked the fair, drawing praise from the Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance (SEATCA).
In it, Dr Weber advises that the trade fair is directed at professional visitiors, and that children and young people are not permitted.
If nothing is done to change the course of the tobacco epidemic, the World Health Organization and all public health authorities predict that the number of tobacco deaths will reach 1 billion in the 21th Century.
Over the recent days, they scored a major victory by rallying the support of the Governor of Mali, Made Mangku Pastika. When an unforeseen issue with the unit arose, Martin went out of his way to remedy the problem. It pervades almost every industry, and keeps real, helpful information from being disseminated to the masses. They also receive financial support from the biotech industry, cosmetic companies, the junk food industry and petro-chemical companies.
From this, we sometimes hear people exclaim that cigarette butts are not just unsightly, but they “poison the oceans”.
But when data show significant use, they try to spin this as being an entirely positive development where it happens: all children who are now vaping would have been smoking instead, these clairvoyants assure us.
District officers in turn trained and authorised personnel attached to Primary Health Centres” he added.
But no more: the Myanmar that was a closed oppressive place four years ago with less than 300,000 visitors a year, will in 2014 welcome more than one million people. Does opening up to the world also have to mean welcoming the tobacco industry to the country? Thailand’s achievements in tobacco control in the 13 years since show that the rise of the tobacco epidemic is not an inevitable and unavoidable by-product of economic development. The Governor has publicly announced his commitment to prevent Inter-tabac ASIA from taking place in his province. The sooner Messe Westfalenhallen Dortmund GmbH will cut all links with the tobacco industry, the better and less painful the process will be. The Gala will be taking place on April 3rd, 2014 at the TD Garden at 100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 02114. A friend of mine told me the story of how the medical industry literally killed her mother. What a marvelous way for the tobacco industry to show the pre-schoolers on a daily basis just how socially acceptable smoking is. Economic stakeholders therefore have a right to a trading platform of this kind, as in any other industry.
On behalf of my association, I urge your company and the mayor of Dortmund to do it without delay. The tragedy now playing out in some nations is that too many gormless tobacco control experts are blind to this big picture.
As we watch we see this happening; finding five cents to purchase a single cigarette is easy. He did a documentary called Cancer is Serious Business which tells the story of medical doctor Stanislaw Burzynski in his problems with the Food and Drug Administration and the Texas Department of Health. They call them tea houses and yes, the green tea comes complementary – but you pay for the coffee, and what coffee it is! The young boys who deliver our coffees with laughter and jokes also carry loose cigarettes from table to table, unashamedly pushing them on all they meet – old and young, some very young. These two agencies tried to do everything to shut him down by even threatening him with jail time for daring to provide a cure for cancer.
This proves the government has no desire to cure cancer, but instead wants to slowly kill the population by keeping them dumb down. My friend mother told her daughter that the doctors were literally killing her from the inside out. This proves how big pharma goes to protect those in the medical industry who do their work.



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