1882. Editorial. Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 107..
1957. Changes in the bronchial epithelium in relation to smoking and cancer of the lung. New England Journal of Medicine 256., et al.
1978. Perspectives on the history of psychoactive substance abuse. Rockville, Md..
1959. The statistical investigation of smoking and cancer of the lung. Proceedings of the Mayo Clinic 34.
1885–6. Report on the mortality and vital statistics of the United States as returned at the tenth census (June 1, 1880), 3 vols. Washington, D.C..
1986. Banishing tobacco. World Watch Paper 68. Washington, D.C..
1979. Tobacco: Hazards to health and human reproduction. Population Reports, Ser. L, No. 1. Baltimore., , and .
1969. Tobacco and your health: The smoking controversy. New York.
1952. A study of the aetiology of carcinoma of the lung. British Medical Journal 2., and .
1959. Tobacco consumption and mortality from cancer and other disease. Public Health Reports 74.
1957. Smoking: The cancer controversy, some attempts to assess the evidence. Edinburgh.
1964. Smoking in relation to mortality and morbidity: Findings in first 34 months of follow-up in a prospective study started in 1959. Journal of National Cancer Institute 32.
1958. Smoking and death rates: Report on forty-four months of follow-up of 187,783 men. Journal of the American Medical Association 166., and .
1983. Cigarette smoking among successive birth cohorts of men and women in the United States during 1900–80. JNCI 71.
1983. Passive smoking and lung cancer: Consistency of the association. Lancet 2.
1982. Mortality from diseases associated with smoking. Vital and Health Statistics, Ser. 20, No. 17. Hyattsville, Mo..
1950–86. Vital Statistics of the United States. Annual volumes. Washington, D.C...
1941. Carcinoma of the lung. Archives of Surgery 42.
1892. The principles and practice of medicine. New York.
1938. Tobacco smoking and longevity. Science 87.
1930. Tabakabusus und Koronarsklerose. Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift 56.
1984. Tobacco addiction and tobacco mortality: Implications for death certification. Journal of the American Medical Association 252., and .
1964. Polonium 210: A volatile radioelement in cigarettes. Science 143., and .
1962. Historical epidemiology and grid analysis of epidemiological data. American Journal of Public Health 52.
1964. Cigarette smoking: Magnitude of the hazard. American Journal of Public Health 54.
1966. Malignant cellular evolution: An analysis of the causation and prevention of cancer. Lancet 1.
1982. Circulating mutagens from smoking. New England Journal of Medicine 307.
1984. Addiction mortality in the United States, 1980: Tobacco, alcohol, and other substances. Population and Development Review 10.
1985. Tobacco’s impact on twentieth-century US mortality patterns. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 1.
1963. Epidemiology and treatment of lung cancer in Seattle. Journal of Diseases of the Chest 44., and .
1966. Effects of smoking upon reproduction. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 96., et al.
1983. Tobacco addiction and other drug abuse among American youth. Proceedings of the 5th World Conference on Smoking and Health. Winnipeg., and .
1980. Smoking and causes of death among American veterans: 16 years of observation. Public Health Reports 95., and .
1843. A series of nine historical sketches of tobacco from 1492 to 1800. Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 27.
1988. U.S. lung cancerm mortality and declining cigarette tobacco consumption. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 41., and .
1942. Effects of radiation on the cardiovascular system. Archives of Pathology 34.
1984. A smoking gun: How the tobacco industry gets away with murder. Philadelphia.
1985. Report by the Director-General, World Health Organization, to the Executive Board, 77th Session., 15 November
1875–88. The medical and surgical history of the War of the Rebellion, 6 vols. Washington, D.C.., et al.
1950. Tobacco smoking as a possible etiologic factor in bronchogenic carcinoma: A study of six hundred and eighty-four proved cases. Journal of the American Medical Association 143., and .