Nathan Randall Horton

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Nathan Randall Horton was the son of lung cancer victim Nathan Horton, who died of adenocarcinoma after 35 years of smoking Pall Mall cigarettes. Horton's family brought a lawsuit against the manufacturer of Pall Mall, American Tobacco Company, in the case of Horton v. ATC in 1988. Nathan Randall Horton testified that he had once supported his father's smoking addiction, having bought him a carton of Pall Malls.[1]

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