This post was published at 01:01am but I am altering it at 12:30 pm
Churchmouse lodged a complaint that this post was not a re-blog nor did I only take excerpts from it. It does have a source link at the end. It was not laid out as a quote, which I have now done. And it is now only a link to the original as a reblog would be. Please click on the source link to read the rest…sorry to break up the flow. And apologies to Churchmouse.
My encounter with Tobacco Control
Earlier this year I met someone who works for a ‘tobacco addiction group’.
That’s not a group of smokers getting together for high tea, rather the opposite.
This person works in Oxford in an organisation which is part of or affiliated with the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences in the Medical Sciences Division.
I asked her why she was working there, and she responded by saying what a strange question that was. She then replied, ‘I want to help people’.
I said that was a strange response, considering how many smokers have been hindered rather than helped by the likes of her and everyone else in Tobacco Control.
Before I get into detail, my British readers will be wondering if this woman has ever met Debs Arnott from ASH. No, she hasn’t but has ‘heard of her’.
Please read more of this delightful post at My encounter with Tobacco Control | Churchmouse Campanologist