The Costs of Tobacco Use in Canada, 2012
From the Landing Page: “Tobacco use is one of the primary causes of preventable morbidity and mortality worldwide. Overall, an estimated 45,464 deaths were attributable to smoking in Canada in 2012, leading to 599,390 potential years of life lost as a result of premature mortality. The total costs of tobacco use were $16.2 billion, with indirect costs accounting for $9.5 billion, direct health care costs accounting for $6.5 billion, and other direct costs responsible for the remainder.”
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Alexandru Dobrescu, Abhi Bhandari, Greg Sutherland, and Thy Dinh
Dobrescu, Alexandru, Abhi Bhandari, Greg Sutherland, and Thy Dinh. The Costs of Tobacco Use in Canada, 2012. Ottawa: The Conference Board of Canada, 2017.