Exhibition: Tobacco, a wealth of damaging effects

Tobacco, a wealth of damaging effects

9 panel exhibit


Tobacco killed 100 million people throughout the world during the 20th century. It kills 5 million more each year, of whom 90,000 are British and 400,000 are American.
In the UK, the cost to the NHS of treating diseases caused by smoking is approximately £1.5 billion a year.
The tobacco industry continues to make huge profits, while young people round the world are still attracted to taking up the damaging habit.

Production : Double Helice
Graphic creation: Gilles Regnery


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