Scientific Evidence Brief: Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs

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Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Last Reviewed: June 2021

Workgroups: Tobacco Use Workgroup

This CDC brief summarizes the scientific evidence on comprehensive tobacco control programs. Commercial tobacco use continues to impose a significant health and financial burden on individuals, health care systems, and society. Scientific evidence shows that prevalence of smoking among adults and youth has declined faster as spending for tobacco control programs has increased. This shows that there should be sustained implementation of comprehensive tobacco control programs at CDC recommended funding levels.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2021). Summary of Scientific Evidence: Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs. Retrieved from