After killing millions, Big Tobacco moves into healthcare

John Safran takes a look at the strategic shifts of Philip Morris, a company responsible for a global public health catastrophe
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The products made and sold by Philip Morris have killed millions worldwide. But its business is still thriving and expanding in new ways.

Last month, it was making headlines after it bought Vectura, a pharmaceutical company which sells puffers and nebulisers, for around $1.9 billion.