THE WORLD Health Organisation has launched a bid to encourage its member countries to adopt the kind of tobacco control legislation that was recently adopted by the European Union, In a monograph called "Advancing Knowledge on Regulating Tobacco Products," the WHO has called for an overhaul of the existing testing methods for tar, nicotine and other ingredients.

The detailed paper also recommends that governments consider including in any future regulation of tobacco products the following elements:

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