Marie-Therese Massey

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International data demonstrate convincingly that lung cancer death rates follow and parallel cigarette smoking prevalence rates in both men and women. Effective control of lung cancer and the many other diseases associated with smoking can be achieved only by continued reductions in smoking prevalence in developed countries and the arrestment of smoking in(More)
On March 25, 1986, the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service released a report that detailed the results of the first comprehensive, indepth review of the relationship between smokeless tobacco use and health. This review, prepared under the auspices of the Surgeon General's Advisory Committee on the Health Consequences of Using Smokeless Tobacco, is(More)
AIM This paper is a report of a study to explore how school nurses perceive the influence of schools on their role in delivering sex and relationship education in primary schools. BACKGROUND School nurses play a key role in sex education in English schools. However, sex education is a contentious issue meaning the sex education of children is often an(More)
A review of surveys on smoking was undertaken by the Smoking, Tobacco, and Cancer Program of the National Cancer Institute as part of its planning for smoking control interventions. Eighteen surveys collecting smoking data were identified. The key persons associated with the surveys were interviewed according to a uniform protocol developed to obtain(More)
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