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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: #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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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RT @phsu54: Tune in as we honor the winners of our Awards for Global Tobacco Control at @WCTOH2018 for their leadership in reducing tobacco…

RT @JLCastroGarcia: The cost of the continued lack of progress on NCDs is too high. This 8 point agenda for negotiators at the @UN high-lev…

Today is World No Tobacco Day. Tobacco breaks hearts. #NoTobacco #WorldNoTobaccoDay

RT @TheUnion_TBLH: Rocketing smoking rates across Africa stoke TB and HIV fears...this piece by @WCTOH2018 Media Scholar @HannahMcNeish for…

RT @TakeAPartNow: .@ConradChallenge if you are committed to making students’ futures brighter, why take tobacco industry money from the Phi…