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Rosalind Marimont


Rosalind B. Marimont is a retired mathematician and scientist, having done research and development for NIST (or the Bureau of Standards (NBS), as it was then) for 18 years, until 1960, and NIH for another 19, until her retirement in 1979. She started in electronics defense work during World War II at NBS, then went on to the logical design of the early digital computers during the fifties. In 1960, she moved to NIH, and there studied and published papers on human vision, speech, and other biomathematical subjects. Since her retirement she has been active in health policy issues - first, the treatment of chronic pain by integrated mind/body methods, and second, the dishonest war on smoking which has corrupted scientific research and gravely disorted the nation's health priorities.

For more than fifty years she has read and evaluated many kinds of scientific studies, and has sometimes served as a reviewer for scientific journals.

Publications:

CASUALTIES OF THE WAR ON SMOKING - TRUTH, FREEDOM, FAIRNESS, and CHILDREN

The famous brochure written by Rosalind Marimont that effectively illustrates with crystal-clear simplicity the lies of the anti-tobacco cartel, and the consequences of the war on smoking.

Download this beautiful brochure and distribute it freely. You will need Acrobat Reader to read it, and print it. Download it here.


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