Kate M. Selker BA

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I f we were told of a preventable condition that kills 30,000 people in our country each year, and that it could be curbed by changing public opinion, we’d think the task was in reach. Marketing has turned the tide against smoking, for example. Cigarettes’ status has fallen from fashionable to toxic. This was a slow process—changes in advertising,(More)
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