Stanford Research into the Impact of Tobacco Advertising  

Recent Publications

Samji HA, Jackler RK.  "Not one single case of throat irritation": Misuse of the image of the otolaryngologist in cigarette advertising. Laryngoscope 118: 415-427, 2008

Lum KL, Polansky JR, Jackler RK, Glantz SA.  Signed, sealed, and delivered: Big tobacco in Hollywood, 1927-1951.  Tobacco Control 2008 Oct;17(5):313-23

Jackler RK, Samji HA. The Price Paid – Mid 20th century tobacco funded research designed to obfuscate the emerging truth that smoking causes head and neck cancer. Laryngoscope. Jan 2012

Proctor RN.  Golden Holocaust: Origins of the Cigarette Catastrophe and the Case for Abolition. University of California Press, 2011

Stevenson T, Proctor RN. The secret and soul of Marlboro: Philip Morris and the origins, spread, and denial of nicotine freebasing. Am J Public Health. 2008 July;98(7):1184-94

Proctor RN. "Everyone knew but no one had proof": Tobacco industry use of medical history expertise in US courts, 1990-2002.  Tobacco Control. 2006 Dec;15 Suppl 4:iv117-25

Kohrman M, Benson P. Tobacco.  Annual Review of Anthropology 2011. 40:329–44

Kohrman M. “New Steps for Tobacco Control In and Outside of China. ” Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 2010 vol. 22(3):189S-196S

Kohrman M. Smoking among Doctors: Governmentality, Embodiment, and the Diversion of Blame in Contemporary China. Med Anthro 2008, 27(1):9–42

Koplan KE, David SP, Rigotti NA. Smoking cessation BMJ. 2008 January 26; 336: 217

David SP, Mezuk B, et al.  Sex differences in TTC12/ANKK1 haplotype associations with daily tobacco smoking in Black and White Americans.
Nicotine Tob Res. 2010; 12 (3): 251-62

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