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Australia can’t hit smoking targets by going cold-turkey

16 July 2020

10:30 AM

16 July 2020

10:30 AM

Australia has tried gums, patches, sprays, high excise taxes, and plain packaging. But for the last decade, Australia has collectively failed to reduce smoking rates. If the Morrison Government wants to change the status quo it needs to consider legalising and properly regulating smoke-free vaping products to help Australians quit cigarettes. 

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s triennial National Drug Strategy Household Survey is going to be released today.

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