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}
}

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