“Given Philip Morris’s research regarding compensation and mutagenicity, the jury could find that these representations were knowingly false. Greene testified that she received these false messages, that she believed them, and that she switched to Marlboro Lights because of this belief. Particularly against the backdrop of her exposure to the conspiracy’s broader disinformation campaign, a reasonable jury could conclude that Greene was exposed to the fraud and deception in the particular marketing and messaging regarding filtered cigarettes and that she relied on it to justify her continuing to smoke Marlboro Lights,” Justice Scott L. Kafker wrote.