William Jacob George

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William Jacob George, Ph.D. (Pharmacologist, Tulane Med. School, Industry Expert): Defense


Tulane Medical School, Department of Pharmacology in New Orleans, LA. He was one of the six scientists who co-wrote a 3/94 report, which concluded that the ingredients added to tobacco in the manufacture of cigarettes by United States manufacturers are not hazardous under the conditions of use. (BNA HCD 4/15/94). He was used as an expert in the Mississippi case.

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