Report: Kansas spends 200 times as much treating smokers as preventing smoking

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Graph courtesy of Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (2014)

Kansas spends about 200 times as much to treat diseases related to smoking each year as it spends on preventing smoking and helping people quit, according to a report from the Kansas Health Foundation, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, and Tobacco Free Kansas Coalition.

Read more about the REPORT.

For more information, read this REPORT from the Kansas Health Institute.

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