New Graphic Health Warnings On Cigarette Packs Unveiled By Health Canada | CBC News

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A bulging lump on someone’s tongue and a big toe that has turned greenish-black from gangrene among 14 new graphic health warnings on cigarette packages starting to appear on store shelves.

Goal to slash smoking rates from about 10 per cent to less than five per cent by 2035 Posted: Jan 17, 2024 1:31 PM EST | Last Updated: January 17

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