It is painful to hear that tobacco use is the probable cause of cancer death in the worldwide, therefore, the annual rate of tobacco smoker death is estimated to be between six millions.
Smoking is set to kill 7 million people in 2015 and 8.5 million in 2030, with the growing list in poor and middle income countries of the world.
According to World Health Organization (WHO) in each 6.5 a farmer smoker dies. Unfortunately, if the current smoking trend continues then tobacco utilization will kill one billion people in 21st century.
It is reported that 1.3 billion people are smokers worldwide whereas 33 to 50% death cause is smoking habit.
Tobacco causes various diseases for instance lungs cancer, mouth cancer, heart diseases and rigorous problems related to throat and so on. Among these disease most of are so serve that their treatments are not available and remedy for suffering remain a distant dream. However, due to the lack of concentration neither smoking habit is estimated nor seems possible to be finished.
It is the first and foremost duty of the government of any county to ban smoking in order to reduce smoking from rest of the world.
By Shamima Khudadad