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Predictors of Cigarette Smoking Behavior in a Cohort of Adults in India

Prajakta Bhounsule, Susan Abughosh, E. James Essien, Sujit Sansgiry.

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Abstract
This study focuses on determining the predictors of cigarette smoking in a cohort of adults in urban cities of India.

Key words: Cigarette, smoking, Behavior, India, predictors



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