Alexander F. Wilson

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{{#badges: tobaccowiki}} Alexander F. Wilson studied the role of genetics in causing lung cancer. He worked at the Department of Biometry and Genetics in the H. Rothschild Department of Sciences at Louisiana State University Medical Center circa 1990. He co-authored a paper of interest to the tobacco industry titled Evidence for Mendelian Inheritance in the Pathogenesis of Lung Cancer. The paper was published in the August, 1990 issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. [1]

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References

  1. J E Bailey Wilson, R.C. Elson, G.Z. Elson, W.L. Ooi, H Rothschild, T.A. Sellers and A.F. Wilson, "Evidence for Mendelian Inheritance in Pathogenesis of Lung Cancer", National Cancer Institute, Bates Number 2501195139, August 1, 1990.