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  1. Looking for postdoctoral fellow interested in studying how tobacco industry seeks to influence regulatory science

    Stanton Glantz, Professor of Medicine and Director of the UC San Francisco Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education is seeking a postdoctoral fellow interested in conducting research on how ... of California, 530 Parnassus Ave., San Francisco, CA 91413-1390, or email to [email protected] "UCSF ...

  2. Tobacco Companies Fear Local Laws Ending the Sale of Flavored Products Like SF Proposition E Even More than Tobacco 21

    of local flavor bans like San Francisco Proposition E (supported by health groups, opposed by RJ Reynolds ... to the governor) as well as underlining how important the Prop E fight is in San Francisco to breaking new ground ...

  3. Research Opportunity to work with Stanton Glantz on Marijuana and Tobacco Policymaking Research

    Stanton Glantz, Professor of Medicine and Director of the UC San Francisco Center for Tobacco ...   Applicants may learn more about the Center at tobacco.ucsf.edu. UC San Francisco seeks candidates whose ... status. About the University of California, San Francisco: The University of California, San Francisco ...

  4. RJ Reynolds is getting so worried about Prop E passing that they are starting to tell the truth in some of their advertising

    I live in San Francisco, so am getting buried in mail supporting (health groups) and opposing (RJ Reynolds tobacco) Proposition E, which would end the sale of flavored tobacco products in San Francisco ... be allowed to sell and buy tobacco products in San Francisco, just not the flavored products that are so ...

  5. Adaptation of the FLU-FOBT Program to Increase Colorectal Screening in Underserved Populations

    Lawrence Green, DrPH, MPH Special Populations Offering a fecal occult blood test in conjunction with flu vaccination has proved successful in raising the rate of screening in various types of clinics, including a public health center in Chinatown, San Francisco. Further adaptations are being evaluated. ...

  6. Secondhand Smoke Exposure Reduction in Hospitalized Children

    Jyothi Marbin, MD Secondhand Smoke Special Populations Secondhand Smoke Exposure Reduction in hospitalized children: This project is being done in conjunction with UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals in Oakland and San Francisco. We are seeking to create a multidisciplinary, systematic approach to screening ...

  7. Programs

    In addition to serving as a focal point for individual faculty, fellow, and student projects on tobacco control, the Center provides a home for several programs that involve integrated activities around specific themes. Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science (TCORS) San Francisco Cancer Inititive (SF-CAN) WHO ...

  8. SF CAN- Commune Smokefree Social

    Pamela Ling, MD Addiction and Cessation Special Populations Tobacco Effects This project is part of the Helen Diller Comprehensive Cancer Center’s program to decrease cancer in San Francisco. The goal is to increase smoking cessation among young adults, as quitting before age 30 avoids almost all the health ...

  9. SMOKE-FREE CASINOS REDUCE MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

    Casinos throughout the country are often exempt from smoke-free workplace laws. Now a new study led by UC San Francisco has found that when smoking is banned in casinos, it results in considerably fewer emergency calls for ambulances.   The study is the first to examine the health impact of smoking ...

  10. When listening to what CDC people say about e-cigs, pay attention to their caveats

    the harms of e-cigarettes, in particular that they are not just “harmless water vapor.”   San Francisco ...

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