The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) unveiled on Tuesday nine graphic warning labels that will be required on all cigarette packaging and advertising by Oct. 22, 2012.
The labels include images of a diseased lung, sickly teeth and gums and a chest with a large scar. The pictures will be accompanied by messages such as, "Warning: Cigarettes cause fatal lung disease" and “Warning: Smoking can kill you.”
This will be the first change to tobacco warning labels in 25 years and will bring U.S. warnings closer in line with labels in 30 other countries in Europe, Asia and Latin America.
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