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SIMON GOODHEAD
Posted on 16 Feb 2006 1:40 am

It is often stated that if you constantly quote something that is totally incorrect ,the mere repetition gives it the credibility that it does not deserve.These "facts" are nothing more than anti smoking rhetoric and arise from bad science and a political agenda.Even the commons select committee on health refrained from making too much on ets.The american eps were taken to court for their manipulation of figures relating to their "findings" of the risk of passive smoking yet their original figures are often "mischieviously" quoted.If lung cancer is so directly related to smoking then why are we still using computer modules and not real cancer death information.It may also explain the anomaly in the usa ,lung cancer deaths are dramatically increasing yet smoking is on the decrease.Let's get the facts straight from the start.


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