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Introduction. Overview, and Conclusions .............................                   1
Assessing Smoking Cessation and Its Health Consequences ..........     17
Smoking Cessation and Overall Mortality and Morbidity ................   71
Smoking Cessation and Respiratory Cancer .........................                  I03
Smoking Cessation and Nonrespiratory Cancers ......................            143
Smoking Cessation and Cardiovascular Disease ......................            187
Smoking Cessation and Nonmalignant Respiratory Diseases ............ 275
Smoking Cessation and Reproduction ..............................                       367
Smoking, Smoking Cessation, and Other Nonmalignant Diseases ....425
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