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BACKGROUND Smoking in pregnancy exemplifies the relationship between tobacco use and health inequalities. While difficulty reaching and engaging this population in cessation support is often highlighted in the literature, there is limited research that explores the factors that shape the provision and use of support by this subpopulation. Using Ontario,(More)
BACKGROUND The sale of contraband tobacco allows for tobacco tax evasion, which can undermine the effectiveness of tobacco tax policies in reducing the number of smokers. Estimates of the proportion of contraband vary widely as do the methods used to measure the proportion of contraband being smoked. The purpose of this study is to determine the proportion(More)
Acknowledgements We thank all participants in the study. We thank Smoke Free Ontario partner organizations who assisted in recruitment of study participants. We would also like to thank OTRU Principal Investigators Sue Bondy, John Garcia and Peter Selby for their ongoing feedback throughout the project. The Ontario Tobacco Research Unit (OTRU) conducted an(More)
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