Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
6 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, February 10, 1973 Less cancer risk Synthetic cigarettes developed Bv PETER MOSLEY LONDON (Renter) - Synthetic cigarettes which may cut the risk of lung cancer are being developed in Britain and the United States. The big question is: Will the smokers like them? For at least 20 years-ever since British researchers proved a statistical link (although not necessarily a casual link) between smoking and c a n c e r-tobacco companies have been seeking a substitute for the weed that Sir Walter Raleigh brought back from the New World in the 16th century. Two British companies, Imperial Tobacco and Courtaulds, are experimenting with cigarettes that contain up to 50 per cent synthetic material. And an American giant, Celanese Corp. reports that its research into artificial tobacco has made such progress that it is undergoing serious testing by miajor tobacco companies. On both sides of the Atlantic, FREE TRIAL OFFER! 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Writs 'today for FREE trial offer. the "new tobacco" is basically a cellulose substance, derived from plants. But researchers are naturally not keen to disclose all the contents at this stage. They are less reticent about its health potential. Says Dr. Alistair Worden, chairman of Britain's Huntingdon Research Centre which is testing some of the new tobacco: ''The industry now is in a position to market a cigarette with tremendously reduced cancer-causing potential." But although it causes less cancer in experimental animals, it will probably take 10 years of use to demonstrate that it is also healthier for humans. And it will have the problem of public acceptance. Even if it can deliver enough nicotine to satisfy regular cigarette smokers, the new tobacco mix may prove so tasteless that nobody will want it. The synthetics are appearing at a time when British cigarette sales are starting to boom again, the "cancer scare" apparently fading from smokers' memories. 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