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Worldwide smoking statistics

Around 100 million people died because of tobacco use in the 20th century. According to the World Health Organisation almost 5 million people die every year from smoking related illness.

 
Tobacco related deaths annually:

  • 1.2 million China
  • 438,000 America
  • 650,000 Europ
  • 45,000 Canada
  • 300,000 Russia
  • 140,000 Germany
  • 800,000 India
  • 86,500 England
  • 66,000 France
  • 50,000 Spain
  • 49,000 South Korea
  • 50,000 Iran
  • 34,000 Egypt
  • 13,000 Scotland
  • 6,000 Ireland
  • 6,000 Cuba
  • 19,000 Australia
  • 22,000 Saudi Arabia
 

70% of smokers want to quit if they can get the help they need. Quitting smoking and getting healthy is the top New Year’s resolution every year.

The WHO estimates that there are approximately 1.1 billion regular smokers in the world, which is one-third of the global population aged 15 years and older.

Worldwide, 47 percent of men and 12 percent of women smoke a total of 6 trillion cigarettes a year. (World Health Organization).

The death toll is expected to rise to 10 million per year by the 2020's or early 2030's.

 
Tobacco is a known cause of lung, bladder, mouth, pharyngeal, pancreatic, kidney, stomach, laryngeal, and esophageal cancer. Smoking is also known to cause heart disease, stroke, emphysema, and other respiratory diseases. Tobacco is the most global cause of cancer, and it is preventable.

 
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