Tobacco tax increase helps reduce harms of smoking

quit smoking: rows of cigarettes with one broken
A tobacco tax increase taking effect today has been welcomed by health stakeholders. Quit Victoria Director Dr Sarah White says regular price increases for cigarettes are the single most effective means of reducing death and disease from smoking. Price increases are particularly effective at stopping young people from taking up smoking, and encouraging quit attempts

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