‘No evidence of harm’ implies no evidence of safety: Framing the lack of causal evidence in gambling advertising research

Philip Newall*, Youssef Allami, Maira Andrade, Peter Ayton, Rosalind Baker‐frampton, Daniel Bennett, Matthew Browne, Christopher Bunn, Reece Bush‐evans, Sonia Chen, Sharon Collard, Steffi De jans, Jeffrey Derevensky, Nicki a. Dowling, Simon Dymond, Andree Froude, Elizabeth Goyder, Robert m. Heirene, Nerilee Hing, Liselot HuddersKate Hunt, Richard j. e. James, En Li, Elliot a. Ludvig, Virve Marionneau, Ellen Mcgrane, Stephanie s. Merkouris, Jim Orford, Alberto Parrado‐gonzález, Robert Pryce, Matthew Rockloff, Ulla Romild, Raffaello Rossi, Alex m. t. Russell, Henrik Singmann, Trudy smit Quosai, Sasha Stark, Aino Suomi, Thomas b. Swanton, Niri Talberg, Volker Thoma, Jamie Torrance, Catherine Tulloch, Ruth j. Van holst, Lukasz Walasek, Heather Wardle, Jane West, Jamie Wheaton, Leon y. Xiao, Matthew m. Young, Maria e. Bellringer, Steve Sharman, Amanda Roberts

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