- Industry research on the use and effects of levulinic acid: a case study in cigarette additivesLois Keithly
Massachusetts Department of Public Health Tobacco Control Program, Boston, MA 02108, USA
Nicotine Tob Res 7:761-71. 2005..The use of levulinic acid illustrates the need for regulatory authority over tobacco products as well as better understanding of the role of additives in cigarettes and other tobacco products...
- Medicaid coverage for tobacco dependence treatments in Massachusetts and associated decreases in smoking prevalenceThomas Land
Massachusetts Tobacco Control Program, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
PLoS ONE 5:e9770. 2010..Given the high utilization rate, the objective of this study is to determine if smoking prevalence decreased significantly after the initiation of tobacco cessation coverage...
- One size does not fit all: how the tobacco industry has altered cigarette design to target consumer groups with specific psychological and psychosocial needsBENJAMIN LE COOK
Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Tobacco Control Division, Boston, MA, USA
Addiction 98:1547-61. 2003..To identify whether the tobacco industry has targeted cigarette product design towards individuals with varying psychological/psychosocial needs...