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Cigarette Makers Must Advertise Their Dangers, But Will Millennials Get the Message?

92 million millennials and teenagers may not get the message because the ads will run primarily on network television and in newspapers. “That’s not where young people’s eyeballs are,” said Robin Koval, CEO and president of Truth Initiative, a nonprofit
CetusNews.com
added Nov 18, 2017 00:05
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Cigarette Makers Must Advertise Their Dangers, But Will Millennials Get the Message? ($$)

Ads will appear in newspapers, on network TV, which draw relatively few young people
The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
added Nov 18, 2017 00:05
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Anti-smoking ads -- paid for by tobacco companies -- are coming to Massachusetts

The first ads will run Nov. 26 in newspapers and a week later on television. The newspaper ads will include five full-page ads on different Sundays in 40 major newspapers, including the Boston Globe. The 30 to 45-second television ads will air five times
Springfield (MA) Union-News and Sunday Republican
added Nov 17, 2017 19:39
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EDITORIAL: Corrective Statements From the Tobacco Industry: More Evidence for Why We Need Effective Tobacco Control (PDF)

We need to go further. There are simple measures that can be taken to protect our youth – such as restrictions on flavors and on marketing...How many of our youth need to fall victim to tobacco and nicotine before the FDA and other policy makers take the
American Thoracic Society (ATS)
added Nov 16, 2017 01:04
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Editorial: Use big tobacco's Nov 26 corrective statements to reduce smoking AMERICAN THORACIC SOCIETY

"Despite extensive evidence of harm to youth, the FDA has deferred taking action on flavored tobacco products, failed to take action to limit tobacco marketing that is accessible to youth, and has fallen short on actions to regulate or restrict tobacco pr
EurekAlert
added Nov 16, 2017 00:45
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[Maryland] Hometown Hero: Sheila Ross of Eastport — A lung cancer survivor who became a leading lung cancer advocate

retired in January and is preparing to write a book...“The Politics of Lung Cancer.”...Ross was involved in a filing an amicus brief in the U.S. Justice Department lawsuit against the big tobacco companies...
Baltimore (MD) Sun
added Nov 15, 2017 15:15
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[Oklahoma] Research Study: Court-Ordered Corrections of Tobacco Industry Racketeering / National Poll Shows Support for Policies, Lawmakers’ Rejection of Tobacco Industry Influences [PDF]

These study results could inform remedial local, state and national policy initiatives and aid in the development and evaluation of public education efforts to enhance and amplify the court-ordered corrective statements.
Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center
added Nov 7, 2017 20:41
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[Oklahoma] Research Study: Court-Ordered Corrections of Tobacco Industry Racketeering: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (PDF)

public awareness is lowest for the court findings that the companies violated racketeering laws (23.1%), committed fraud (32.1%), and are likely to continue to commit fraud (37.0%). Only about half of U.S. adults are aware that the companies intentionally
Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center
added Nov 7, 2017 20:36
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National Poll: Many Unaware of Court Findings against Tobacco Companies, Facts in Court-Ordered Corrective Statements

The five court-ordered statements address 18 facts about tobacco companies’ manipulation of nicotine levels, low tar or light cigarettes being as harmful as regular cigarettes, nicotine addiction, health effects of smoking, and health effects of secondha
Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center
added Nov 7, 2017 20:29
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FOLAN: Court-ruled anti-smoking TV ads, won't be effective on millennials and generation Z

The Hill
added Nov 5, 2017 18:25
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