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Truth v Money in Academia

15 November 2019

The battle continues.

Here is an article telling how some academics run a little sideline in testifying that smokers understood the risks of tobacco as they smoked themselves to death.  Needless to say the academics do not say much about their work.

Years ago, Dr Ann Woolcock, founder of the Woolcock Institute for Medical Research, which  was called the Institute of Respiratory Medicine took money from the tobacco industry long after smoking was known to cause many diseases, and lectured in medical ethics as a sideline.

Arthur Chesterfield-Evans

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