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Cigarette Prices and Smoking Prevalence After a Tobacco TaxIncrease - Turkey, 2008 and 2012

turkey  tobacco  smoking  cigarette  prevalence  prices  taxincrease 

Deliana Kostova, PhD1, Linda Andes, PhD1, Toker Erguder, MD2, Ayda Yurekli, PhD2, Bekir Keskink?l?ç, MD3, Sertaç Polat, MD3, Gönül Çulha, MD3, Evin Aras Kilinç, MD3, Enver Ta?t?, MS4, Y?lmaz Er?ahin, MS4, Mehmet Özmen, MS4, Ramazan San, MS4, Hilal Özcebe, MD, PhD5, Nazmi Bilir, MD, PhD5, Samira Asma, DDS1 (Author affiliations at end of text).

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Use of Interrupted Time-Series Method to Evaluate the Impact of Cigarette Excise Tax Increases in Pennsylvania, 2000"2009 - CDC

disease  asthma  chronic  pennsylvania  tobacco  smoking  CDC  cigarette  impact  interrupted  timeseries  method  evaluate  excise  tax  increases  prices  myocardial infarction  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD 

Scientific evidence shows that cigarette price increases can significantly reduce smoking prevalence and smoking initiation among adolescents and young adults. However, data are lacking regarding the effectiveness of increasing Pennsylvania’s cigarette tax to reduce smoking and/or adverse health effects of smoking.

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