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Five decades ago Dudley Hafner and his boss packed their cigarettes for a train ride that would provide secluded reading of the top-secret surgeon general’s report “Smoking and Health.” By the time the train pulled into Los Angeles, the men were reformed smokers and armed with scientific information that would begin the war on tobacco.
Life saved in the Maine Legislature
Early detection helps Maine
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New research from more than 300 hospitals found that stroke treatment is faster when proven strategies are used. Speed of treatment is critical to saving lives and reducing disability after stroke.
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