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We're joining global leaders, policy makers, civil society, researchers and advocates in Cape Town, South Africa for @wctoh2018. Take a stand at #WCTOH2018. Register today: www.wctoh.org #NoTobacco

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#WCTOH2018 is a call for a collective resolution to fight tobacco use and the devastation it causes to health and economies by working together to integrate tobacco control into our health and development goals. Join us @WCTOH2018 in Cape Town 7-9 March 2018. www.wctoh.org

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The theme of #WCTOH2018 is ‘Uniting the World for a Tobacco-Free Generation’. Only by coming together will we truly be able to become tobacco-free. Join me @WCTOH2018 in Cape Town from 7-9 March 2018. www.wctoh.org

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“Africa is the future battleground of tobacco control” Dr Yussuf Saloojee, NCAS

That is why it is so important that @WCTOH2018 is being held in Africa for the first time. Join me in Cape Town, South Africa 7 – 9 march 2018 as we unite to fight tobacco use. www.wctoh.org

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Countering the endemic and overwhelming influence of tobacco industry interference in public health policy is a huge challenge for all countries. Find out more during @WCTOH2018 http://wctoh.org/news/programme-highlights-tobacco-industry-interference/

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RT @EdinUniMedicine: Congratulations to Professor Amanda Amos of @EdinUniUsher who has been awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from the I…

Second-hand smoke kills nearly 900,000 people every year, yet one-quarter of people globally remain exposed. Find out more in the #TobaccoAtlas: https://t.co/Io3iKOespD https://t.co/2bcBws72bn

“There is a fundamental and irreconcilable conflict between the tobacco industry’s interest and public health policy interests.” WHO FCTC Article 5.3 offers practical solutions for governments to prevent tobacco industry interference. https://t.co/y2WqJZRPGm @FCTCofficial https://t.co/EUI726uVGU

A global solution to a global problem: the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products was developed in response to the growing illegal trade in tobacco products, often across borders. Find out the latest on its progress here: https://t.co/SNNdKaDGtO @FCTCofficial https://t.co/kVylBMtfSe

RT @DrBronKing: Leveraging the power of the global finance sector is crucial as we strive for a #tobaccofree world Many leading financial…