Environmental tobacco smoke research published in the journal Indoor and Built Environment and associations with the tobacco industry

@article{Garne2005EnvironmentalTS,
  title={Environmental tobacco smoke research published in the journal Indoor and Built Environment and associations with the tobacco industry},
  author={David L Garne and Megan Watson and Simon Chapman and Fiona Byrne},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2005},
  volume={365},
  pages={804-809}
}
In the late 1980s, the international tobacco industry assisted in the establishment of the International Society of the Built Environment, which published the journal Indoor and Built Environment. Using evidence from tobacco industry documents, we examine the industry associations of the Society's executive, the journal's editor and board, and the extent to which the journal publishes papers on environmental tobacco smoke that would be deemed favourable by the tobacco industry. The society's… 
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