MMA urges Health Ministry to press on with tobacco ban to save lives

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The Malaysian Medical Association says the Health Ministry should press on with its plans to implement its generational endgame to ban tobacco and vape products for those born after 2007, as it would protect the health of the population as well as save lives. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, August 1, 2022.

THE Health Ministry should press on with its plans to implement its generational endgame (GEG) to ban tobacco and vape products for those born after 2007, as it would protect the health of the population as well as save lives, the Malaysian Medical Association said. 

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Its president Dr Koh Kar Chai said if GEG is implemented, it will give untold relief to the healthcare system in the years to come.  


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