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Edwards CA, Harris WC, Cook DR, Bedford KF, Zuo Y. Out of the smokescreen: Does an anti-smoking advertisement affect young women's perception of smoking in movies and their intention to smoke?. Tobacco Control. 2004;13(3):277–282. doi:10.1136/tc.2003.005280. 2004


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