Notes And References

(1) Mortality in Relation to Smoking, Doll & Hill, published in the British Medical Journal, May 30 1964, 2, page 1401.
(2) WHO World Health Statistics Annual, 1990, pages. 104-108.
(3) ECONOMIST BOOK OF VITAL WORLD STATISTICS, introduction by Sir Claus Moser, published by Hutchinson, (1991), pages 214 & 239.
(4) THE CANCER INDUSTRY: Unravelling the Politics, by Ralph W. Moss, published by Paragon House, New York, (1989), page 35.
(5) US SURGEON GENERAL’S Report, 1989. Reducing the Health Consequences of Smoking, 25 Years of Progress, 1989.
(6) Non-smoking Wives of Heavy Smokers have a Higher Risk of Lung Cancer, by T. Hirayama, published in British Medical Journal, 1, 1981, pages 183-5.
(7) Health, Lifestyle and Environment, by J.R. Johnstone, published by The Social Affairs Unit, Manhattan Institute, (1991), page 61.
(8) Non-smoking Wives of Heavy Smokers have a Higher Risk of Lung Cancer, by M. Rutsch, published in the British Medical Journal, 282, 1981, page 985.
(9) Non-smoking Wives of Heavy Smokers have a Higher Risk of Lung Cancer, by P.N. Lee, published in the British Medical Journal, 283, 1981, pages 1465-6.
(10) Lung Cancer and Passive Smoking, by D. Trichopolous et al., published in the International Journal of Cancer, 27, 1981, pages 1-4.
(11) Lung Cancer and Passive Smoking, by D. Trichopolous et al., published in the British Medical Journal, 282, 1981, page 1393.
(12) Johnstone, Health, Lifestyle and Environment, page 65, (op cit).
(13) Involuntary Smoking and Lung Cancer, A Case-Control Study, by L. Garfinkel et al., published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 75, 1985, pages 595-7.
(14) Johnstone, Health, Lifestyle and Environment, page 59-61, (op cit).
(15) Passive Smoking and Lung Cancer, by P. Correa et al., published in The Lancet, 2, 1983, pages 595-7.
(16) The World Cancer Burden (Letter). Philip R. J. Burch, published in the British Medical Journal, Vol. 290, March 2, 1985.
(17) Can Epidemiology Become a Rigorous Science? How Big is the Big Kill? by Philip R. J. Burch, published in the British Medical Journal, Vol. 290, March 2, 1985.
(18) HEALTH SCARE, The Misuse of Science in Public Health Policy, by J.R. Johnstone & Chris Ulyatt, published by the Australian Institute for Public Policy, (1991), pages 40-1.
(19) Johnson & Ulyatt, Health Scare, pages 50-1, (ibid).
(20) Johnson & Ulyatt, Health Scare, 46-7, (ibid).
(21) Johnson & Ulyatt, Health Scare, pages 52-3, (ibid).
(22) Burch, Can Epidemiology Become a Rigorous Science?, page 960, (op cit).
(23) Burch, The World Cancer Burden, (op cit).
(24) Burch, Can Epidemiology Become a Rigorous Science?, page 960, (op cit).
(25) Johnson & Ulyatt, Health Scare, page 53, (op cit).
(26) Burch, Can Epidemiology Become a Rigorous Science?, page 960, (op cit).
(27) ASH “information sheet” given out for No Smoking Day, March 11, 1992.
(28) The Daily Telegraph, Michael Wharton, 23 March 23, 1991.
(29) ASH “information sheet”, (op cit).
(30) Framingham Study Data and “Established Wisdom” About Cigarette Smoking and Coronary Heart Disease, by G. Seltzer, published in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 1989, 42, pages 743-50.
(31) Ibid.
(32) Ibid.
(33) ASH “information sheet”, (op cit).
(34) ASBESTOS: Scientific Developments and Implications for Public Policy, published in Science, January 19, 1990, Vol 247.
(35) ASH “information sheet”, (op cit).
(36) SMOKING AND HEALTH, Report of the Advisory Committee to the Surgeon General of the US Public Health Service, No. 1103, pages 385-7.
(37) Doll & Hill, Mortality in Relation to Smoking, (op cit).
(38) Smoking, Personality And Stress, by H.J. Eysenck, published by Springer-Verlag, (1991), page 9.
(39) Eysenck, Smoking, Personality And Stress, pages 53-71, (ibid).
(40) CANCER, A PREVENTABLE DISEASE, The Stevens Lecture, 1986, by Sir Richard Doll, The Royal Society of Medicine.
(41) ACCURACY OF CERTIFICATION OF CAUSE OF DEATH, by M.A. Heasman & L. Lipworth, General Register Office, Studies on Medical and Population Subjects, No. 20, HMSO, London.
(42) Doll & Hill, Mortality in Relation to Smoking, pages 1402-3, (op cit).
(43) POPULATION TRENDS, Death Certification from the point of view of the epidemiologist, by John Ashley & Tim Davis, Government Statistical Service, Spring 1992, Office of Population Censuses and Surveys, pages 22-8.
(44) Burch, Can Epidemiology Become a Rigorous Science..., page 956, (op cit).
(45) THE BIG KILL published by The Health Education Council/British Medical Association, 15 vols. Quoted in the Times, November 27, 1985.
(46) Journal of the American Statistical Association, 60, K.A. Brownlee, pages 722-39.
(47) Journal Chron. Dis., 32, A.R. Feinstein, 1965, pages 33-41.
(48) LOSING THE WAR AGAINST CANCER by Samuel S. Epstein, published in the International Journal of Health Services, Vol. 20, No. 1, 1990, pages 62-5.
(49) IS MEDIA INFORMATION THAT SMOKING CAUSES ILLNESS A SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY? by H. J. Eysenck, published in Psychological Reports, 1989, 65, pages 177-8.
(50) American Journal of Epidemiology, Vol. 133, No. 5. J.P. Vandenbroucke, Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, September 1990.
(51) WHO publication: World Conference on Tobacco and Health, 1-5 April 1990, Registration Book, page 2.
(52) SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES, by Christopher Caldwell, published in The American Spectator, May 1992, page 28.


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