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CANADA HEALTH
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January 09, 2002 
Graphic images imposed on the packs of Canadian cigarettes have made
smokers more likely to try to quit,... 
Ottawa, Canada 
GRAPHIC CIGARETTE PACK LABELS CURB CANADIAN SMOKERS HABIT. 
Graphic images imposed on the packs of Canadian cigarettes have made
smokers more likely to try to quit, said a government-funded study
released January 9, 2002. Almost half the smokers in a study conducted
for the Canadian Cancer Society said the warnings had increased their
motivation to quit, while more than a third of smokers who tried to
quit in 2001 said the labels, which have been mandatory for over a
year, had been a factor. An unidentified person walks past a sample of
the packaging on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. REUTERS/Jim Young

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