Nearly a quarter of Australians with a disability smoke, study finds

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A recent study is recommending policymakers implement new strategies to reduce the high smoking rate of Australians with disabilities.

Health experts from Flinders University and Cancer Council NSW found nearly a quarter of Australians with disabilities smoke, compared to around 12% of able-bodied people.

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