By: Charles Ornstein and Katie Thomas The New York Times – This article was reported and written in a collaboration with ProPublica, the nonprofit investigative journalism organization. One of the world’s top breast cancer doctors failed to disclose millions of dollars in payments from drug and health care companies in recent years, omitting his financial ties from dozens […]
By: Tom Miles; editing by David Stamp Reuters – Saudi Arabia notified the World Trade Organization on Wednesday that it plans to adopt plain packaging of tobacco products, a public health measure strongly opposed by major tobacco firms. The move by Saudi Arabia, a member of the Gulf Cooperation Council trade bloc, follows a WTO ruling in […]
By: Allen Gallagher, Anna Gilmore Source: The Conversation What’s the size of the black market in tobacco and who is behind it? These questions have dogged governments, public health advocates, researchers and the tobacco industry for years. The world’s biggest tobacco companies spend millions on research to produce answers – commissioning reports which often conclude that the […]
A deadly problem The tobacco industry spends billions of dollars deceiving consumers, journalists and policymakers. The result: 7 million people die from tobacco-related causes every year. What is STOP? STOP stands for Stopping Tobacco Organizations and Products. It is a new, rigorous, comprehensive global tobacco industry watchdog that will expose the tobacco industry’s efforts to […]
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