A paradigm illustrating the typical progression of tobacco use worldwide, first proposed by Lopez and colleagues 23 and later adapted by the WHO, 24 is reproduced in Figure 1.
This lack of a decrease in cigarette use during 2 years might be a result of several factors.
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Continued resourcing and comprehensive tobacco control efforts are required to ensure positive trends continue.
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About half of the people who don't quit smoking will die of smoking-related problems.
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Prevalence also varied by level of education.
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