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Health warnings and images on cigarette packages
The Brazilian government announced stronger tobacco packaging regulations including new warnings matched with more shocking images. In 2002 Brazil has become the second country in the world to implement such tough labeling and reporting measures. After the publication of the Resolution - RDC nº 335 (revoked for Resolutions RDC nº 104 dated 31 May 2001 and RDC nº 14 dated 17 January 2003) by the National Agency for Sanitary Surveillance (ANVISA) on 21st November 2003 , the tobacco companies must replace the old warnings and images on their smoking products commercialized in the Brazilian national territory by the new ones.

Images are available for download in low and high resolution.


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