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Refers to telex that suggests immediate "preparation of the scientific part of our argumentation" and suggests meeting in Stockholm. Opines opposition to "passive labels" should be based on quotations from two well known German public health experts. Reports the industry's position must be that "there is absolute [sic] no proof that passive smoking is a health hazard." Recommends attacking only the strongest statements. Indicates publication resource materials will be forwarded.
- Gaisch, Helmut W. (PM Europe Science & Technology President)Director and Principal Scientist, Tobacco Science and Technology, Fabriques De Tabac Reunite, S.A., (1987). Helmut Gaisch was an attendee at Philip Morris's 1987 Operation Downunder Conference, held to determine a new strategy the company could take on the issue of ETS. (PM's "Accommodation" strategy was borne from this conference). Gaisch worked to thwart ETS regulations in Europe using data from INBIFO. He was a Philip Morris European scientist, Head of Laboratories, FTR/Philip Morris Europe. Member to Tobacco Advisory Council (TAC), 1987.
- Stenshamn, A.