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Less Hazardous Cigarettes - The Case for Hastening Their Regulation And Promotion | Gio Gori
Article Published: 2004

Type: Articles and Dissertations
Published By: Tobacco Reporter, June 2004

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"The Institute of Medicine of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences affirmed in a 2001 report that less-hazardous cigarettes are presently feasible and should be officially promoted and regulated, as a means of reducing cigarette smoking 'to a risk equal to some lower level of lifetime exposure to conventional products'."

By Gio Gori, recipient of the U.S. Public Health Service Superior Service Award in 1976.

Related issues: The Banbury Report

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