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The 13th World Conference on Tobacco OR Health
Building capacity for a tobacco-free world
July 12-15, 2006, Washington, DC, USA
Objective: To summarise the evidence the youth prevention and provide future directions for education. Effectiveness of tobacco advertising campaigns, characterise current state and community campaign approaches, prevent to importations of tobacco. And to prevent the effect and second hand smoking.organizequit and win competition and operation save yourselves
Questionnaire The MFCS core questions on symptoms of asthma; and cancer. Furthermore, the youth were questioned about other respiratory symptoms and diagnoses. They were asked to categorize the number of cigarettes they smoked in a day. Were classified as exposed to cancer if 10 cigarettes day–1 were smoked, according to previous validation studies in which parental self-reported smoking of 10 cigarettes day–1 was associated with a significant increase of youth urinary cutinise levels 11, their nicotine concentration in hair 12. In addition, other potential risk and confounding factors were assessed
Results: The overall response to the (save your) lives was 43.3%, which has been affected by lack of fund to contact more youth differed between bases (ghetto) groups in the community. The selection of participants for the quit and win competition was 90% since the guys need to get something.