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Fight Against World’s Deadliest Industry

Tobacco remains the world's single largest preventable cause of death. Tobacco killed about a hundred million people in the twentieth century, it now kills over seven million people every year, more than AIDS, malaria, and traffic accidents combined. Heart disease claims the largest number, but close behind are emphysema and lung cancer, followed by premature birth, gangrene, and cancers of the human bladder, pancreas, and cervix and more.

Fight Against  World’s Deadliest Industry
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