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Photo Essay: FDA Proposes New Tobacco Warning Labels

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The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday unveiled 36 proposed warning labels for cigarette packages and ads. The new labels will be much bigger and more graphic than what U.S. consumers are used to seeing: They'll cover half of the front and back of a pack of cigarettes and 20 percent of every cigarette ad, and may include images like corpses and diseased lungs.

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FDA Proposes New Tobacco Warning Labels | PBS NewsHour | Nov. 10, 2010 | PBS
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FDA Proposes New Tobacco Warning Labels

The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday unveiled 36 proposed warning labels for cigarette packages and ads. The new labels will be much bigger and more graphic than what U.S. consumers are used to seeing: They'll cover half of the front and back of a pack of cigarettes and 20 percent of every cigarette ad, and may include images like corpses and diseased lungs.

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