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Published on Mar 22, 2012
This year tobacco-related illness will kill nearly 6-million people worldwide. That's more people than AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined. And the truth is, those deaths don't have to happen. That's why doctors at Mayo Clinic, the American Cancer Society and the University of Arizona have started a program called Global Bridges. It's an initiative to train health care professionals to treat tobacco dependence and advocate for tobacco control policy worldwide with the overarching goal of saving millions of lives.