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Introduction Raising tobacco prices is the most effective population-level intervention for reducing smoking, but this is undermined by the availability of cheap tobacco. This study monitors trends(More)
INTRODUCTION Most smokers have a history of unsuccessful quit attempts. This study used data from 7 waves (2002-2009) of the International Tobacco Control 4-country cohort study to examine the role(More)
BACKGROUND Roll-Your-Own tobacco (RYO) use is increasingly popular in many countries: it is generally cheaper than factory-made cigarettes (FM), and smokers can further reduce costs by adjusting the(More)