"The American Cancer Society today mourns the loss of one of its most important historical figures," said John R. Seffrin, PhD, the society's chief executive officer.
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Lawrence Garfinkel, the statistician who overcame his lack of a doctoral degree and training in oncology to become one of the driving forces in demonstrating that smoking causes lung cancer, died Jan. 21 in Seattle. He was 88.