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Ethical and legal aspects of global tobacco control
T E Novotny and D Carlin
Vol. 14, Supplement 2: Individual and Human Rights in Tobacco Control: Help or Hindrance? (August 2005), pp. ii26-ii30
Published by: BMJ
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20747866
Page Count: 5
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On 28 February 2005, the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control came into force as a result of at least 40 countries becoming State Parties through ratification of this first ever health treaty sponsored by the World Health Organization. This article discusses the bioethical, trade, and legal aspects of global tobacco control. Special emphasis is given to globalisation of tobacco use and the challenges it poses to sovereign nations. It also advocates a bioethical basis in the pursuit of global solutions to expanding tobacco use.
Tobacco Control © 2005 BMJ