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Smoking in Japan

07:15 EDT 27 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

Deborah Cohen explains how a joint BMJ and Daily Telegraph investigation helped uncover problems with device regulation in Europe. Previous research has shown smoking reduces life expectancy by about a decade, but only by four years if you are Japanese. Sarah Darby, from the University of Oxford, explains why her new research shows they are...

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