Table 3

‚ÄÉCases where the defendant argued that the plaintiff had a type of cancer that is not associated with cigarette smoking (or smokeless tobacco)

Case nameType of cancerOutcome (plaintiff)
BAC, bronchioloalveolar carcinoma.
Boeken v. Philip Morris IncBACWin
Boerner v. Brown & WilliamsonBACWin (on appeal)
Carter v. Brown & Williamson [American Tobacco Co]Peripheral adenocarcinomaWin
Cipollone v. Liggett Group IncAtypical carcinoid (neuroendocrine carcinoma)Withdrawn
Horton v. American Tobacco CoUndifferentiated carcinoma of bizarre, giant multinucleated cell variationLoss
Kueper v. RJ Reynolds Tobacco CoPeripheral adenocarcinomaLoss
Marsee v. US TobaccoPoorly differentiated and invasive tongue cancerLoss
Reller v. Philip Morris IncPseudomesotheliomatous adenocarcinomaLoss
Tune v. Philip Morris IncBAC (and also had throat cancer)Loss
Williams v. Philip Morris IncMucoepidermoid carcinomaWin (on appeal)