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Blum A. Confronting America’s Smoking Pandemic, Part 2: 1967–1985. Center for the Study of Tobacco and Society. https://csts.ua.edu/exhibitions/2015-pandemic/part-2-1967-1985/. Published March 7, 2017.
Dr. Alan Blum, MD
Professor and Gerald Leon Wallace, MD, Endowed Chair in Family Medicine
College of Community Health Sciences
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487