Philip Morris toxicological experiments with fresh sidestream smoke: more toxic than mainstream smoke.

@article{Schick2005PhilipMT,
  title={Philip Morris toxicological experiments with fresh sidestream smoke: more toxic than mainstream smoke.},
  author={S Schick and S Glantz},
  journal={Tobacco control},
  year={2005},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={396-404}
}
  • S Schick, S Glantz
  • Published 2005 in Tobacco control
BACKGROUND Exposure to secondhand smoke causes lung cancer; however, there are little data in the open literature on the in vivo toxicology of fresh sidestream cigarette smoke to guide the debate about smoke-free workplaces and public places. OBJECTIVE To investigate the unpublished in vivo research on sidestream cigarette smoke done by Philip Morris Tobacco Company during the 1980s at its Institut für Biologische Forschung (INBIFO). METHODS Analysis of internal tobacco industry documents… CONTINUE READING