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Vapers Digest November 12th

Monday’s News at a glance:- Truth allowed in advertising – A charter for tobacco harm reduction? – FDA plans clampdown despite smoking at record low – A chorus of idiots – Confused Doctors – Tobacco Control Special Issue Yields Smoke But No Hazard for IQOS Aerosol – GFN 2019: It’s time to talk about nicotine – E-cigarette flavors are good for public health – Tobacco Stocks Burned – A Question of Taste: – The political economy of vaping – Current and future status of Vaping in Thailand? – Smokers’ shift to hike tax on loose tobacco – Vapers fume over government advisory – When reducing harm is an option – Vaping In The News November 10th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest October 22nd

Monday’s News at a glance:- More attacks on vaping as FDA and NC target pod systems – Health Minister Quizzed About Vaping – Vaping In The News October 20th – Dr Hilary Jones: Go Vape! – FDA May Ban Flavored Vapes in Convenience Stores – Philip Morris accused of hypocrisy over anti-smoking ad – How far should we follow the money trail? – The political economy of vaping – The future looks bright – Rebuttal of SK Arora’s misleading article – Flurry of proposals issued by ministry to make Finland smoke-free by 2030 – What advice do I give to a smoker in my family or friends? – The great innovation of the 21st century – Teen Vaping & Nicotine Use Is “Overblown” – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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