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Anti-tobacco advertisements by Massachusetts and Philip Morris: what teenagers think
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    Life Imitates Art

    Upon reading the paper by Biener (Tobacco Control, June 2002), I couldn't help but be struck by the similarity between the reported effects of the Philip Morris anti-smoking campaign and the fictional campaign in Christopher Buckley's (1994) satirical novel "Thank You for Smoking."

    In the fictional version, Nick Naylor, chief spokesperson for the Academy of Tobacco Studies (a.k.a. the tobacco industry), announces...

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