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This 1998 report is the first in the 34-year history of Surgeon General's studies on tobacco and health to focus on tobacco use among ethnic and racial minorities.
- Introductory Information [PDF–78 KB]
- Chapter 1. Introduction and Summary of Conclusions
- Chapter 2. Patterns of Tobacco Use Among Four Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups [PDF–1271 KB]
- Chapter 3. Health Consequences of Tobacco Use Among Four Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups
- Chapter 4. Factors That Influence Tobacco Use Among Four Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups [PDF–277 KB]
- Chapter 5. Tobacco Control and Education Efforts Among Members of Four Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups
- List of Tables and Figures [PDF–42 KB]
- Glossary [PDF–38 KB]
- Index [PDF–73 KB]
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