We found the original draft of the scientific paper, which said, 'secondhand smoke increases the risk of sudden infant death,' in Phillip Morris's corporate files along with their suggestions to Sullivan to change it.
I think this is the beginning of the unraveling of several indictments.
If people are serious about breast cancer, they have to deal with secondhand smoke. That's what this is all about.
This is a seminal, international document. It's impossible to underestimate what a big deal this is.
What Phillip Morris is doing here is a tremendous disservice to parents and to infants because it's increasing the risk infants will die.
Entirely free to publish his review without including our comments and without restriction.
It doesn't take much to cause big effects. If you already have compromised coronary circulation and go into a smoky environment, there is a substantial increase in your risk of an acute event.
Secondhand smoke is even worse than we thought. It increases the risk for an acute coronary event like a heart attack or long-term development of atherosclerosis.