Murder a Cigarette

Murder a Cigarette

by Ralph Harris, Judith Hatton
     
 

The aim of this book is not to encourage others to smoke, but to sort out fantasy from fact in the debate on the freedom of adult individuals to smoke - always with courtesy and considerations for others. The authors acknowledge smoking as a risk factor in cancer

but as only among several leading predispositions, including heredity, diet, personality, lifestyle,

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The aim of this book is not to encourage others to smoke, but to sort out fantasy from fact in the debate on the freedom of adult individuals to smoke - always with courtesy and considerations for others. The authors acknowledge smoking as a risk factor in cancer

but as only among several leading predispositions, including heredity, diet, personality, lifestyle, social class and location.

They aim to expose the exaggeration and deception of the "medical mafia" and the "cancer establishment" and show "passive smoking" to be a bogus invention designed to stigmatise smokers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780715628911
Publisher:
Duckworth Publishers
Publication date:
11/12/1998
Edition description:
Paperback original
Pages:
158
Product dimensions:
5.24(w) x 8.47(h) x (d)

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