50th Anniversary of the Surgeon General's Report on Smoking
Surgeon General Boris Lushniak released a new report on the health consequences of smoking as Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius and senior White House officials marked the 50th anniversary of the first report on tobacco use.
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- Thomas "Tom" Frieden M.D. Director Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Howard K. Koh M.D. Assistant Secretary Department of Health and Human Services->Health
- Boris D. Lushniak M.D. Surgeon General (Acting) Department of Health and Human Services
- Cecilia Munoz Director White House->Domestic Policy Council
- Kathleen Sebelius Secretary Department of Health and Human Services
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