Tobacco Science

A generic term for biased reporting of scientific data, especially which favours a particular industry’s agenda
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These comments were echoed by Prof Shi at the Zhengzhou-based College of Tobacco Science of Henan Agricultural University: "The soil is tainted, and it also contaminates crops and fruits, but currently there is no easy way to solve the problem," he said, declining to give his full name due to the sensitivity of the issue.
Reynolds, he served as a member and vice-chair of the editorial board of Tobacco Science (1963-1967).
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