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Cigarette Designed to Filter Harmful Ingredients

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Cigarette Designed to Filter Harmful Ingredients

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Cigarette Designed to Filter Harmful Ingredients

Cigarette Designed to Filter Harmful Ingredients

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Philip Morris plans to test market a cigarette this year with a filter designed to reduce harmful ingredients in tobacco smoke. The company makes no health claims about the new product, but public health advocates warn it could be sending the wrong message to smokers.

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