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Why curbing smoking is the only way to eliminate tuberculosis in India by 2025

A snack vendor smokes a cigarette as he waits for customers on a street in New Delhi, India, July 14, 2017. Picture taken July 14, 2017.     To match Special Report PMI-INDIA/    REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

Too many smokers believe their persistent cough is caused by tobacco, warn experts. Image: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

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Percentage of global tuberculosis-related deaths due to tobacco. Image: Tobacco Atlas
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