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Tobacco industry cover-up of 1981 passive smoke study revealed

The tobacco industry was the silent partner behind a study to refute an influential 1981 Japanese research study about the harmful effects of passive smoke, according to UCSF School of Pharmacy tobacco policy scientist Lisa Bero, PhD and her colleague Mi-Kyung Hong, MPH. For more information, see "How the tobacco industry responded to an influential study of the health effects of secondhand smoke,"

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