The failed history of tobacco harm reduction

Dark clouds hung over smoking as a likely risky activity long before the watershed case control studies on smoking and lung cancer were published in 1950 by Doll and Hill (on British smokers) and Wynder and Graham (on American smokers). Early last century Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of the boy scouts movement wrotewith sexist prescience: ...

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