Thank you note for funding from Philip Morris.
Receipt for payment.
Receipt for payment
Author: Klarberg, R.B.
Bill for services.
Author: Klarberg, R.
Agreement between AHF and Philip Morris.
Report which identifies research study conducted to: 1. Develop a rapid, reproducible analysis for TSNA in tobacco products. 2. To determine the transfer rate of NNK. 3. To quantitate TSNA in the mainstream smoke of experimental cigarettes and explore the possibility of a selective reduction of TSNA in MS by selective filtration.
Research proposal which outlines: 1. The development of a rapid analytical GC-TEA method for TSNA. 2. Studies on the transfer rate inot smoke, the pyrosynthesis of NNK from nicotine and the inhibition of this pyrosynthesis. 3. The selective reduction of TSNA in cigarette smoke by filter tips with and without perforation.
Author: Adams, J.D.
Report includes results of smoke inhalation studies with Syrian golden hamsters. Discussion provided for: 1. Survival rates of cigarette smoke exposed hamsters compared to controls. 2. Weight differences between female and male hamsters. 3. Survival difference and effect on the relative biological activity. 4. The practices and inspection of the Research Animal Facility of the American Health Foundation. 5. Chemical analysis of cigarette smoke.
Author: Chen, C.B.
Report includes discussions about epidemiologic studies indicating that smoking is related to an increased risk of cancers, the derivation of environmental nitrosamines, evidence that nicotine is the major precursor for the TSNA NNN.