Myron Johnson

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Myron Johnson (Philip Morris consumer data/research dept.): Mr. Johnson worked for Philip Morris, Inc. He provided consultative aide to Barbara Forrest, particularly in a development of record forms, instruction sheets, and data treatment procedures for the SEX-2 Study as written by him on March 3, 1969. The basic question to the SEX-2 Study was "To what extent is daily smoke intake a function of the cigarette smoke?" Mr. Johnson is also to co-write the final report. (UCSF000083-85)

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