Health clues found in Big Tobacco's files


By MacGregor Campbell SECRET research by the tobacco industry designed to pump up sales to “social smokers” is being used for an unlikely purpose: to design anti-smoking strategies. In 1998, 46 US states sued the big tobacco companies for costs incurred when treating smoking-related health problems. As part of the resulting settlement the industry was forced to make public more than 10 million internal documents. Now Rebecca Schane, a public health researcher at the University of California, San Francisco,
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