Corpse, Damaged Lungs to Be on U.S. Cigarette Packs

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June 21 (Bloomberg) -- Images of a corpse and cancerous lungs are among the nine graphic warnings tobacco companies led by Altria Group Inc. must start placing on cigarette packs sold in the U.S. next year. The labels are required under a two-year-old tobacco law to convey the health effects of smoking. The Food and Drug Administration selected the nine images from 36 it proposed last year. Shannon Pettypiece reports on Bloomberg Television's "In the Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)


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