Increasing taxes to reduce smoking prevalence and smoking attributable mortality in Taiwan: results from a tobacco policy simulation model

Levy, D. T.; Wen, C. P.; Chen, T. Y.; Oblak, M.
June 2005
Tobacco Control;Jun2005 Supplement 1, Vol. 14, pi45
Academic Journal
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