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Tobacco Responsible For 1 Million Deaths In India Every Year

Duration: 5 min 36 sec

May 31 has been declared as the World No Tobacco Day by the World Health Organization. India is the second largest consumer of tobacco in the world. Tobacco kills 8-9 lakh people annually in India that is more than the deaths caused by Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and malaria combined. Doctors on Call, spoke to Dr. Sonali Janjee, Professor of Psychiatry in AIIMS for her views on on how to quit Tobacco.

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