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Dr Zinnia Cordero is listed as a member of a small group of Latin American academics and medical specialist who were willing to act under cover for the tobacco industry in their own countries. They were called "ETS Consultants" but they were actually enlisted as lobbyists -- they had no consulting role with the tobacco companies whatsoever. We have lawyers reports on most of them, but Zinnia Cordero appears only in the later 1992 list. 
In February 1992 she is one of the group holding a training seminar where each are called upon to deliver papers. She speaks on
New strategies for developing information on indoor air quality.
None of the speeches made at this training session are of any significant use. The tobacco industry doesn't seem to have bothered trying to publish or circulate them.
- They don't appear to have used her services again.
|LATIN AMERICAN CONSULTANTS|
|Latin American ETS Consultants Program|
|Latin American ETS (Doc Index)|
Documents & Timeline
A few dozen of these "ETS Consultants were recruited in the 1991-1995 period. The details are in the Latin American ETS (Doc Index) entry.
1992 Feb 24-26: Another three-day meeting of the Latin American recruits was held at the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel in Miami where each recruit gave a paper on a relevant subject. This was not a conference, but a personal bonding and training session and a meeting of the recruits. There is nothing in any of these papers that would be considered of even moderate interest in scientific circles in 1992. 
Those from the 1991 list who attended were Carlos B Alvarez, Celio Paula Motta, Antonio H Miguel, Jari N Cardosa, Francisco Radler de Aquino Neto, Remigio O Lopez Solis, Maria del Rosario Alfaro, Cesar Leonel Gonzalez Camargo, Lionel Gil, Osvaldo Fustinoni, Bruno Burger, Zinnia Cordero, Eduardo Souchon.