Smoked out

By Joanna Marchant THE tobacco industry has deliberately misled smokers into thinking they are smoking cigarettes that contain lower levels of tar and nicotine than they really do, secret company documents reveal. Rather than alter cigarettes to meet 1990 European Union limits on tar and nicotine, makers changed how they measure these substances, say Stella Bialous and Derek Yach of the World Health Organization. They say the companies were able to do this because they effectively control the tobacco committee of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which sets such tests. What’s more,
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