Table 12

 Other: 134 votes for 22 nominations. Top 10 received 78.4% of votes

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Efroymson D, Ahmed S, Townsend J, et al. Hungry for tobacco: an analysis of the economic impact of tobacco consumption on the poor in Bangladesh. Tobacco Control 2001;10:212–7. 1210
Henningfield JE, Benowitz NL, Connolly GN, et al. Reducing tobacco addiction through tobacco product regulation. Tobacco Control 2004;13:132–5. 124
Bero LA, S Glantz. The limits of competing interest disclosures. Tobacco Control 2005;14:118–26. 120
Mahood G. Warnings that tell the truth: breaking new ground in Canada. Tobacco Control 1999;8:356–61. 129
Ernster V, Kaufman N, Nichter M, Samet J, Yoon SY. Women and tobacco: moving from policy to action. Bull World Health Org2000;:–901. 1023
Chapman S. Advocacy in public health: roles and challenges. Int J Epidemiol2001;:–32. 98
Chapman S. Unravelling gossamer with boxing gloves: problems in explaining the decline in smoking. BMJ1993;:–32. 832
Joossens L, Raw M. How can cigarette smuggling be reduced? BMJ2000;:–50. 817
Shiffman S, Pillitteri JL, Burton SL, Di Marino ME. Smoker and ex-smoker reactions to cigarettes claiming reduced risk. Tobacco Control 2004;13:78–84. 80