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Judith Mackay 17 Apr 2009
Why tobacco companies think she’s dangerous.

She’s been named as one of the three most dangerous people in the world by the tobacco industry, she’s been held at gunpoint by presidential guards in Mongolia, and has given speeches unfazed by typhoons, martial law and explosions. No wonder Professor Judith Mackay feels she can dispel the notion that working in public health is boring. She joins Jenni today to celebrate her life-time achievement award from the British Medical Journal.
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