Progress on reducing smoking during pregnancy has stalled, here’s what must be done

Sarah Woolnough

Reducing the number of women who smoked during pregnancy was a priority area in the government’s 2017 Tobacco Control Plan but as the five-year deadline approaches, progress has stalled. Asthma + Lung UK’s CEO Sarah Woolnough says the government must redouble its efforts to ensure that every child gets a ...

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