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In recent years, the debates over the revision of Amendment of Health Promotion Law have begun in Japan, and the justice standard by the non-smokers has been raised up high.
These movements inevitably deepen the gap between smokers and non-smokers, developing rather high-pressure campaign.
Surely, their claims are not disputed, and the possible adverse health consequences of smoking should be considered.
However, it could be also certain that their attitude might leave something indispensable behind.
The more I try to stop smoking, the more I can see" the immaturity of society".
Therefore, I want to raise an issue to everyone about what we, as smokers, should be in the future, and what the non-smokers claim to be "justice in the name of health".