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Philip Morris Is Buying An Asthma Inhaler Company. Health Groups Are Suspicious – NPR

The purchase “is the latest reprehensible choice from a company that has profited from addicting users to its deadly products,”…

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Philip Morris International is buying Vectura, a large asthma inhaler maker, in a move that health groups have urged Vectura shareholders to reject on both ethical and practical grounds.
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