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Eye On America (Medicine: Smoking) #352913

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 03, 1993
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(Studio: Harry Smith) The latest government report on smoking cited.

(Washington: Jim Stewart) The controversy over whether the tobacco industry is covering up research evidence that smoking is harmful examined; key sealed documents mentioned. [Buffalo, New York, school nurse Beverly SHIPE - criticizes the tobacco industry's claims.] [Attorney Bill LERACH - says Council for Tobacco Research can be linked to corporate wrongdoing.] The link between the industry and the council graphed on screen. [In 1956, Tobacco Industry Research Committee Clarence Cook LITTLE - says evidence would be made public.] [Former CTR John KREISHER - comments.] Judge H. Lee Sarokin quoted on the industry's documents. [Attorney Marc EDELL - accuses the industry of a public relations scam.]

Smith, Harry;
Stewart, Jim

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