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“Not safe” is not enough: smokers have a right to know more than there is no safe tobacco product
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    Scientific buffoonery
    • Kevin M. Mulvina, Technician
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      • I have writen articles submitted to venues abdicating against the promotion of violence in advocacy as a legitimate persuit.

    It would have to be seen as the most intriguing question of our era; to understand how, with all the most educated of scholarly voices abdicating for world wide smoking bans, how not one of those participants has the vision to see outside the box. To understand with very little imagination how beneficial it could be to society as a whole to simply look at the product before punishing it’s victims. When we view tobacco a...

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