People have died from tobacco-related diseases since the opening of the first FCTC working group on 28 October 1999.
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NEW DELHI, 12 November 2016 – Parties to the global tobacco control treaty now possess the outline of a path toward faster implementation at country level of the lifesaving measures in the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control*, despite mixed results from six days of negotiations.
NEW DELHI, 4 November 2016 – One billion people – nearly the population of India – will die from tobacco use this century unless current trends change: Parties to the FCTC COP meeting in New Delhi next week can take meaningful steps to alter that forecast.
Daily smoking prevalence has decreased for both men and women in Ukraine, according to a survey carried out in October.
Prevalence for men declined almost 3 percent (from 45% to 42%), and for women 2 percentage points (from 11 to 9%), found the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology, working with “Advocacy Center LIFE”, an FCA member.
The results also show that the average maximum retail price, written on the packs of cigarettes increased from 8.95 Ukrainian Hryvnia in February 2013 to 12.21 UAH in October 2014.