Tobacco Cos.' Pledge Shows Little Effect

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BOSTON — An agreement by the four largest tobacco companies in 1998 not to target young people in marketing campaigns appears to have had little effect on cigarette advertisements by the four in magazines and on the exposure of young people to those advertisements.

That’s the conclusion of a study scheduled for release in Thursday’s New England Journal of Medicine.

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