Will graphic warning images be added to cigarette packs?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently proposed a rule that would require graphic warning images and descriptive text to be added to all cigarette packing to help showcase the serious health risks associated with smoking. The 13 images include a premature newborn, bloody urine associated with bladder cancer, lungs infected with COPD, a heart disease surgery scar, a neck tumor and more. The photos are unsettling to say the least, but they accurately portray the very real...

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