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Lessons Learned: Smoke-free Air

Only about half of Americans are protected from exposure to secondhand smoke, whether in public places or at work.

Yet, a growing number of foreign countries have achieved complete protection, often in the face of strong tobacco industry opposition.

While every society is different, some of the strategies used offer lessons for advocates and educators here in the U.S.

Click below to read about the experiences of fellow public health professionals in other parts of the world.

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