MAN HOLDS MOCK UP OF CANADIAN PACKAGING FOR CIGARETTES.
A smoker poses with a mock-up of the new packaging for cigarette packs
to be used to deter smoking, in Ottawa January 20, 2000. Mandatory
graphic images of lung tumors and bloody, diseased gums emblazoned on
Canadian cigarette packs have made smokers more likely to try to quit,
said a government-funded study released on Wednesday. The shocking
images, which the Cancer Society said Brazil will introduce by the end
of January and which are an option for members of the European Union,
cover up half of a Canadian cigarette pack.