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Researcher differs partly on tobacco study

January 23, 2007

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A Boston University professor challenged some findings yesterday of a Harvard study on nicotine in cigarettes, although he concurred with its conclusion that nicotine levels overall increased from 1997 through 2005. Nicotine levels were the same in Marlboro brands in 1997 and 2006, although they bounced around in the intervening years, according to Dr. Michael Siegel, a tobacco researcher at ... (Full article: 733 words)

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