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New tobacco products: do smokers like them?
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    A Safer Cigarette

    Less Harmful cigarettes do exist, but the majority of the smoking public is unaware that they are available. Isn't it about time that our government establish an agency that would regulate all tobacco products? I have recently been made aware of a new company that makes a less harmful cigarette. The companies name is Wellstone Filters(lowertar.com), and they have a developed a special cigarette filter that is patented and...

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    "Harm reduction?" seduction

    While I'm delighted that these tobacco industry trial products of unproven merit continue to "taste like s__t" (-a reference to the RJR president's famous quote in "Barbarians at the Gate"), I hope that we'll not see much more of OSH's time spent on what amounts mostly to market research valuable to the tobacco malefactors.

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