For Those with HIV, Cigarettes Have Become More Dangerous Than the Actual Virus — Brights – Die Natur des Zweifels

In 1982, when the CDC first began using the term AIDS, Philip Morris was in its 29th year of record-breaking profits. Despite decades of ever-increasing doomsaying, smoking was still pretty normal—a fact of life on airplanes and buses and in restaurants. Much of the world still bore a grody yellow tinge. By Michael Byrne | […]

via For Those with HIV, Cigarettes Have Become More Dangerous Than the Actual Virus — Brights – Die Natur des Zweifels

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