It’s local data researchers are going after in the latest plan to study tobacco in Missouri. So the state’s Foundation for Health is giving 1.4-million dollars to the Department of Health and Senior Services to get that more localized data. Project Coordinator Janet Wilson says the grant will fund research on tobacco use and its related chronic diseases at the county-level. She says past studies have usually been conducted at the state level. The study will be the largest health survey ever conducted in the state.
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