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    • The British Doctors’ Study (1951–2001) 

      Gaetano, Phil
      From 1951 to 2001, researchers at the University of Oxford in Oxford, England, conducted the British Doctors’ Study, a study that examined the smoking habits, disease rates, and mortality rates of physicians in Britain. ...
    • Butt Out for Baby (2003), by Child and Youth Health, South Australia 

      Gaetano, Phil
      Butt Out for Baby was a smoking cessation intervention guide, aimed at community health workers, that the Child and Youth Health group published in 2003. The literature was released as the chief publication of the Butt Out ...
    • David Reimer and John Money Gender Reassignment Controversy: The John/Joan Case 

      Gaetano, Phil
      In the mid-1960s, psychologist John Money encouraged the gender reassignment of David Reimer, who was born a biological male but suffered irreparable damage to his penis as an infant. Born in 1965 as Bruce Reimer, his penis ...
    • Richard Doll (1912–2005) 

      Gaetano, Phil
      Richard Doll was an epidemiologist and public figure in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Working primarily at the University of Oxford, in Oxford, England, Doll established a definitive correlation between ...