Tobacco Responsible For 1 Million Deaths In India Every Year

PUBLISHED ON: May 27, 2017 | Duration: 5 min, 36 sec

   
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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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