The FTC cigarette test method for determining tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide yields of U.S. cigarettes
NIH publication, no. 96-4028
Smoking and tobacco control monographs, 7
Shopland, Donald R.
National Cancer Institute (U.S.). Smoking and Tobacco Control Program.
[Bethesda, Md.?], U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, 
"Developed under the general editorship of the Smoking and Tobacco Control Program (STCP), National Cancer Institute (NCI), Donald R. Shopland, coordinator"--Acknowl.
"August 1996"--P.  of cover.
"T667"--P.  of cover.
Partial Contents: Cigarette testing and the Federal Trade Commission: a historical overview -- Review of the Federal Trade Commission method for determining cigarette tar and nicotine yield -- Changes in cigarette design and composition over time and how they influence the yields of smoke constituents -- Attitudes, knowledge, and beliefs about low-yield cigarettes among adolescents and adults -- Cigarette smoke components and disease: cigarette smoke is more than a triad of tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide -- The changing cigarette and disease risk; current status of the evidence -- Biomarkers of cigarette smoking -- Pharmacology and markers: nicotine pharmacology and addictive effects -- Consumer/smoker perceptions of Federal Trade Commission tar ratings -- Sensitivity of the Federal Trade Commission test method to analytical parameters -- human smoking patterns -- Compensation for nicotine by smokers of lower yield cigarettes -- Cigarette design technologies reduce smoke yield and expand consumer choices: the role and utility of the FTC method -- Overview of 1980 to 1994 research related to the standard Federal Trade Commission test method for cigarettes.
Federal Trade Commission
RA1242.T6 F78 1996
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