立即戒煙
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煙草商的雙手已沾滿血腥 – 即使不使用煙草的人也同樣受害

煙草商的產品有一個可怕的共同點:它們會導致疾病、殘疾和死亡。15 某名幼兒因香煙煙霧而導致哮喘發作時大口喘氣。16 某位青少年因吸電子煙而導致胸痛和呼吸急促而住院。17 某個家庭埋葬了死於肺癌的親人。18 煙草商每天殘殺110位加州人,19 加上每天有30多人受到與煙草相關疾病的痛苦。20 為何我們要將這一切視為正常?
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我們的活動

二手煙危害

香煙煙霧及來自電子煙的蒸氣,含有可導致癌症和生殖危害的化學物質。不論在工作場所、家中,甚至戶外,大眾都有接觸二手煙可能,這也使每個人都面臨風險罹患肺癌和其他嚴重健康問題。

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煙草商所造成的危害

煙草商目前耗資數十億美元在狡詐的營銷策略1及政治影響力2上,即使造成死亡與疾病也要獲利。
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即使對於不使用煙草的人,也可能產生致命的後果。3
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煙草商稱孩子們為「替代客戶」,4 而大煙草商更判處他們終生成癮與疾病。
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具有種族主義的煙草商,策略性地以特定社區為目標,提供致命的產品及操控性的信息。5
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有毒煙草廢棄物及所造成的塑料污染帶來環境破壞6與健康風險7891011,無人能免受其害。12
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追究煙草商責任

對於其他有害產品,加州已在保護大眾避免受到侵害,1314 現在正是該以同樣標準對待煙草商的時候!
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