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After the smoker died of lung cancer, his wife sued the manufacturers of the brands he had smoked, alleging that the defendants sold a defective and unreasonably dangerous product and concealed information about the health risks and addictiveness of their cigarettes. Cohen v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
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