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Comparative death rates Smoking kills far more Victorians every year than road accidents, alcohol and other drugs combined. Deaths due to tobacco use account for 82 per cent of all drug-caused deaths, and for around 15 per cent of deaths from all causes.
Information sheet on the same site.
Smoking-related diseases killed 19,019 Australians in 1998. This equals 52 preventable deaths
every day. Smoking resulted in over 980,000 days spent in hospital and cost over $700 million in
hospital costs in the financial year 1998–99.
Originally posted by whatukno
Fine, shesh, if you want to talk about the end of the world were all gonna die stuff AGAIN Ill play.