Dead Smoker's Family Wins $37.5M From R.J. Reynolds

, Daily Business Review


Laura Grossman, 36 when diagnosed with cancer, made one of the most valiant struggles to live that her pain management doctor said she had ever witnessed.

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Originally appeared in print as Family Of Mom Who Died At 38 Wins $37.5 Million

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