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Why still ban vaping if the no smoking strategy is failing?

25 October 2018

4:06 PM

25 October 2018

4:06 PM

Around 2.8 million people still smoke in Australia, and despite millions of taxpayers’ dollars spent on anti-smoking advertising, quit rates have flatlined for the first time since the early 2000s.

Recent statistics from the Department of Health confirm that the National Tobacco Strategy is failing to meet its target of reducing the number of smokers in Australia.

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