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In a recent study, 40 percent of menthol smokers say that a ban on mentholated cigarettes could help them quit.
Increase in anti-smoking campaigns and tobacco taxes may be why numbers have gone down.
The results of a new study show that 83 percent of Blacks, and a majority of Americans, want to ban menthol in cigarettes.
Citing the minty flavor as a cause of an increase in smokers, the FDA's tobacco panel suggests banning mentholated tobacco products.
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The tobacco companies responds to the FDA's mentholated cigarettes health concerns.
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