The right to health and the right to tobacco harm reduction

The right to health and the right to tobacco harm reduction

Knowledge-Action-Change (2022)

The right to health and the right to tobacco harm reduction

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Tobacco harm reduction is not only a potentially life-saving public health intervention for the world’s 1.1 billion smokers, it's also supported by international human rights law. Here we make the case for promoting tobacco harm reduction as a health rights issue.

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