Table 6

 Tobacco industry conduct: 243 votes for 68 nominations. Top 10 received 58% of votes

PaperVotesCitations
Glantz SA, Barnes DE, Bero L, Hanauer P, Slade J. Looking through a keyhole at the tobacco industry. The Brown and Williamson documents. JAMA1995;:–24. 3451
Slade J, Bero LA, Hanauer P, Barnes DE, Glantz SA. Nicotine and addiction. The Brown and Williamson documents. JAMA1995;:–33. 1740
Bero L. Implications of the tobacco industry documents for public health and policy. Ann Rev Public Health2003;:–88. 1618
Dearlove JV, Bialous SA, Glantz SA. Tobacco industry manipulation of the hospitality industry to maintain smoking in public places. Tobacco Control 2002;11:94–104. 1129
Hurt RD, Robertson CR. Prying open the door to the tobacco industry’s secrets about nicotine: the Minnesota tobacco trial. JAMA1998;:–81. 952
Collin J, Legresley E, MacKenzie R, Lawrence S, Lee K. Complicity in contraband: British American Tobacco and cigarette smuggling in Asia. Tobacco Control 2004;13(suppl II):ii104–11. 93
Francey N, Chapman S. “Operation Berkshire”: the international tobacco companies’ conspiracy. BMJ2000;:–4. 914
Cummings KM, Morley CP, Hyland A. Failed promises of the cigarette industry and its effect on consumer misperceptions about the health risks of smoking. Tobacco Control 2002;11(suppl I):i110–7. 96
Drope J, Chapman S. industry efforts at discrediting scientific knowledge of environmental tobacco smoke: a review of internal industry documents. J Epidemiol Community Health2001;:–94. 924
Landman A, Ling PM, Glantz SA. Tobacco industry youth smoking prevention programs: protecting the industry and hurting tobacco control. Am J Public Health2002;:–30. 910
Barnes DE, Bero LA. Industry-funded research and conflict of interest: an analysis of research sponsored by the tobacco industry through the Center for Indoor Air Research. J Health Polit Policy Law2002;:–30. 944