Leo Abood

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Leo George Abood was a Philip Morris consultant and researcher who studied nicotine. His area of expertise was biochemistry and cellular physiology.[1]

He performed outside research on nicotine analogs for Philip Morris. He was employed at the University of Rochester around 1980.

Related documents

  • Death of Dr. Abood Tobacco industry consultant [Leo Abood] "died on the street" of myocardial infarction, January 1998.

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References

  1. R&D Document Transmittal Form for Central File Leo George Abood: A Biographical Sketch, April 7, 1994. Philip Morris Bates No. 2050802878/2886

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