U.S. Surgeon General Report
Surgeon General Benjamin spoke to reporters and answered questions about a report on tobacco use. The study found that as little as one puff from a cigarette can have adverse effects on a person’s health.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Benjamin, Regina M. M.D. Surgeon General Department of Health and Human Services
- Koh, Howard K. M.D. Assistant Secretary Department of Health and Human Services->Health
- Samet, Jonathan M.D. Chairman Johns Hopkins University->Department of Epidemiology
- Sebelius, Kathleen Secretary Department of Health and Human Services
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