Letter to the Editor

Proportion of Mortality Attributable to Tobacco Worldwide

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KHAZAEI S, MOHAMMADIAN-HAFSHEJANI A, AHMADI PISH­KUHIM, SALEHINIYA H. Proportion of Mortality Attributable to Tobacco Worldwide. Iran J Public Health. 2016;45(3):399-400.