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Warning Labels

This section provides everything you need to effectively communicate about how large, picture-based health warning labels on tobacco packages are an essential component of a strategy to reduce tobacco use.

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Big graphic warning labels work. See for yourself.

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Graphic warning labels work better than ones with text warnings only because they give a more memorable and negative view of smoking.

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The U.S. hasn’t updated health warning labels in 31 years!

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It’s simple: Plain packaging reduces tobacco use.

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Plain packaging combined with large graphic warning labels doesn’t give big tobacco a chance to spread their lies.

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If graphic warning labels didn’t work, the tobacco industry wouldn’t fight so hard against them.

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Ever wondered what the images on the cigarette packs really want to say to you?

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Why is Big Tobacco fighting graphic warning labels so hard? Because they reduce tobacco use and their profits.

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The Philippines are one step closer to being tobacco-free. The new graphic warning labels are strong, impactful, and poignant.

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Big tobacco lost another crucial legal bid to stop this life-saving measure. The message is loud and clear – plain packaging works, and it is here to stay.

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If graphic warning labels didn’t work, big tobacco wouldn’t fight so hard against them.

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Unsurprisingly, smokers hated Australia’s plain packaging and graphic warning labels. So they quit using tobacco.

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Images are powerful. Graphic warning labels are an proven way to deter tobacco use.

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Banning logos and putting dire health warnings and graphic images of sick or dying smokers on packs is working in Australia.

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