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Is It Time for a Tobacco-Free Military?

The New England Journal of Medicine published a perspective article in which the authors propose “that Congress quit doing the tobacco industry’s bidding, citizens quit subsidizing cheap military tobacco sales, and civilian public health organizations and military supporters stand shoulder to shoulder with Secretaries Hagel and Mabus in moving toward a stronger, healthier, tobacco-free U.S. military”.

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