2001 Surgeon General's Report—Women and Smoking
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- Complete Report
- Errata Notice
- Message from the Secretary of Health and Human Services [PDF–20 KB]
- Executive Summary
- At A Glance
- Efforts to Reduce Tobacco Use Among Women and Girls
- Health Consequences of Tobacco Use Among Women
- Marketing Cigarettes to Women
- Patterns of Tobacco Use Among Women and Girls
- Tobacco Use and Reproductive Outcomes
- What Is Needed to Reduce Smoking Among Women
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