"A Delicate Diplomatic Situation": Tobacco Industry Efforts to Gain Control of the Framingham Study
Cataldo, Janine K
Bero, Lisa A
Malone, Ruth E
Journal of clinical epidemiology 2010 Aug; 63(8): 841-53
The Framingham Heart Study (henceforth Framingham) is among the gold standards for epidemiological research. Being a prospective cohort study of 5,000+ men and women, it provided early findings about the causes of coronary heart disease (CHD), following a cohort over the course of 24 years. After US government funding ended, the tobacco industry funded Council for Tobacco Research (CTR) provided continued funding for analyses related to smoking.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Malone, Ruth E.; Bero, L.A. (2003-08)
Tobacco Industry Efforts to Defeat the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Indoor Air Quality Rule Bryan-Jones, Katherine; Bero, Lisa A. (2003-04)