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CTR staff who received three Special Project grants. She was the Medical Editor of CTR Annual Reports
1992 Dec 31: This appears to be a document prepared by Lorillard and their legal counsel, for some reason. It summarises The Council for Tobacco Research: Log - Special Projects
Special Account #4 (These are the numbered accounts)
- No. 7 O'Shea, Bevilacqua, Brown, Austin; CTR staff
Primary papers, M.B. Rosenblatt et al, by CTR Staff (Austin)
[Note says] JD: Simon O'Shea was the contact. Literature and a chart prepared by Austin were supplied to Dr M.B. Rosenblatt for a review article. Rosenblatt's funding may have come from a CTR Special Staff Services Grant related to SP-41.
SH: Simon O'Shea .of the CTR Staff, did research on this project. He collected articles which fit the project and provided them for the Ad Hoc Research Committee.
- No 20. Dorothea Bevilacqua; CTR staff (1966)
Review of Bibliography of Literature pertaining to the Spontaneous Occurrence of Lung Cancer in Animals. [Note says] CTS's file consists only of paper of
the above title. No author is noted. The paper appears to be a review of the statistics and literature available on the subject of squamous lung cancer in animals.
JD: lists Dorothea Bevilacqua of CTR Staff as author of SV #20.
- No 21. Dorothea Bevilacqua; CTR staff
as above [Note says] Project deferred as of 10/4/66 but
later started as a CTR staff study.
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