African-born Women's and Children's Exposure to Secondhand Smoke

Summarizes the results of focus groups and surveys about the prevalence, awareness, and health impacts of secondhand smoke on African women and children and discusses ways to build awareness and provide outreach around this topic in the future.


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African-born Women's and Children's Exposure to Secondhand SmokeOtherAugust 2009Richard Chase, Kristin Dillon, Thalia Cooper, Melissa Nambangi, Bola Adediram

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