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To 'enable our legal product to compete effectively with the transit market' : British American Tobacco's strategies in Thailand following the 1990 GATT dispute 276 252 0
Case studies on corporations and global health governance : impacts, influence and accountability 505 489 0
Smoking-related disease on Australian television news : inaccurate portrayals may contribute to public misconceptions 119 176 0
Generating news media interest in tobacco control : challenges in an advanced policy environment 233 188 0
Media influence on Herceptin subsidization in Australia : application of the rule of rescue? 173 133 0
Mixed messages and a missed opportunity : Australian news media coverage of Clare Oliver's campaign against Solaria 108 88 0
Can it be ethical to apply limited resources in low-income countries to ineffective, low-reach smoking cessation strategies? A Reply to Bitton and Eyal 132 142 3
Medicine and the media. Fainting schoolgirls wipe $A1 billion off Ardabil producer's market value 21 35 0
Thailand - lighting up a dark market : British American tobacco, sports sponsorship and the circumvention of legislation 142 101 0
"The news is [not] all good" : misrepresentations and inaccuracies in Australian news media reports on prostate cancer screening 145 97 0
'A Disease many people still feel uncomfortable talking about' : Australian television coverage of colorectal cancer 438 368 0
The Newsworthiness of cancer in Australian television news 196 161 0
"No respecter of youth" : over-representation of young women in Australian television coverage of breast cancer 322 153 0
'A Matter of faith, not science' : analysis of media coverage of prostate cancer screening in Australian news media 2003-2006 308 247 0
There's nothing that succeeds like failure : discerning the woods from the trees in smoking cessation debates 93 73 0
Philanthropy, politics and promotion : Philip Morris' "charitable contributions" in Thailand 130 89 0
Second-hand smoke in cars : how did the "23 times more toxic" myth turn into fact? 90 75 0
The Global research neglect of unassisted smoking cessation : causes and consequences 153 124 33
Potential conflict of interest and bias in the RACGP's smoking cessation guidelines : are GPs provided with the best advice on smoking cessation for their patients? 93 102 0
Letter to the editor : new study raises questions about effectiveness of nicotine replacement therapy 83 83 0
Pig's blood in cigarette filters : how a single news release highlighted tobacco industry concealment of cigarette ingredients 245 226 0
The Content and structure of Australian television reportage on health and medicine, 2005-2009 : parameters to guide health workers 268 229 0
"A Good personal scientific relationship" : Philip Morris scientists and the Chulabhorn Research Institute, Bangkok 227 275 90
New insights into smoking cessation question the effectiveness of nicotine replacement therapy 56 55 0
The World Cup, sport sponsorship, and health 76 66 0
'Trade policy, not morals or health policy' : the US Trade Representative, tobacco companies and market liberalization in Thailand 616 522 0
Reply to Ackermann 88 88 0
Tobacco industry strategies to influence global governance 72 70 0
Analysing corporate documents 576 566 0
Historical analysis 48 56 0
Japan Tobacco International : to 'be the most successful and respected tobacco company in the world' 490 480 0
Introduction 70 68 0
'Preparing ourselves to become an international organization' : Thailand Tobacco Monopoly's regional and global strategies 3093 3049 1
'A Preferred consultant and partner to the Royal Government, NGOs, and the community' : British American Tobacco's access to policy-makers in Cambodia 339 337 0
BAT's Blackberry-picking endorsement 72 71 0
Conclusion 78 76 0
Environmental impacts of tobacco product waste : international and Australian policy responses 386 380 0
Medicalisation and commodification of smoking cessation : the role of industry actors in shaping health policy 225 223 0
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