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In the News November 10th

Thursdays News at a glance: WHO’s anti-vaping scientific castle of cards toppled (updated) – Vaping, the route to a smokefree New Zealand – What is going wrong at the WHO FCTC? – Reporters Banned From Global Anti-Tobacco Conference – Changing how YOUR Council sees vaping – MHRA Update Email #11 – Britain must speak up for e-cigarettes – A Billion Lives Reaches India – WHO FCTC’s CoP7: A review across social media – The WHO’s war on e‑cigs – #FCTC: ‘Obsessive and paranoid secrecy’ – Is There a Silver Lining in a Dark Cloud? – Health inequalities and e-cigarettes – California hikes tobacco taxes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 10 November 2016

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In the News September 26th

Mondays News at a glance: This is how freedom dies – Denormalisation and virtue signalling – Patience is a virtue anti-smokers don’t have – 1984 is a Novel, not a Guide – Britain must speak up for e-cigarettes – Public health urgently needs a “new deal” – The wilful ignorance of tobacco control – Reducing smoking, a challenging campaign – Bogus vape study connected to big pharma – The Secret Tool the FDA Uses to Control News – Conference calls – Inside the mind of an Anti – Big Tobacco Destroys Vaping Industry – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 26 September 2016

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In the News July 25th

Mondays News at a glance: Guidance or Control? – Hey PHE, Actions Speak Louder Than Words – A tale of two conferences – You can’t do that any more – Of corruption, lies, and…Jedi knights? – FDA’s Convoluted Response to a Simple Question – The FDA’s Incomprehensible Answer – Did They Forget Smokers Are Still Dying? – Could Rise Of Teen E-Cig Use Have An Upside? – Vic to ban e-cig display in vape shops – Singapore Police Raided & Ransacked – ISO for e-cigs – Strict laws for Malaysia – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 25 July 2016

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In the News April 29th

Fridays News at a glance: Royal College of Physicians Endorse Vaping – Nicotine without smoke: new RCP report on e-cigarettes and tobacco harm reduction – A Billion Lies – Meanwhile in Brussels – “Vaping is a consumer led market solution to a health problem” – La Vape du Coeur – Growing the research evidence on e-cigarettes – Vaping in Ireland: Gillian Golden on RTE – Irish Cancer Society ‘cannot recommend’ E-Cigs – E-cig switch benefits smokers – Mixed reaction to e-cigarette study – The United States Vapers’ Survey – Suit challenges federal ban on e-cigarettes on flights – These top scientists want the FDA to have an open mind about e-cigs – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 29 April 2016

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In the News April 26th

Tuesdays News at a glance: Public health should step aside. Vapers are now leading the fight against smoking – What’s “normal”? – Let’s Talk About Bans – The WHO’s Dictatorship World Tour -Vote anyone except Labour! – Vaping & the R.I.C.O. Act – CDC Study On E-Cigarettes And Teens Suffers From ‘Fatal Flaw,’ Says Expert – HUGE list of independent vapor studies – Are cigarette companies spreading mistruths – As FDA preps e-cigs rules, scientists and Congress rally to support vaping – E-Cigarettes may help you kick the butt – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Tuesday, 26 April 2016

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In the News April 19th

Tuesdays News at a glance: E-cigarettes allowed on NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde sites – Vapers Win Big: House Committee Passes Amendment To Save E-Cigarettes – Shaman’s Revenge? – The Ecig officially recognized in smoking risk reduction – Medical Group With Financial Ties To Big Pharma Accused Of Lying – 28 Proven Health Benefits of Nicotine – Vaping, leaving Public Health behind? – Study finds nicotine safe – Sedgwick County employees can now use e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Tuesday, 19 April 2016

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In the News February 3rd

Wednesdays News at a glance: Two steps back, one step forward – Should We Lie Like Tobacco Controllers? – Hearing Loss Caused By Ecigs? – Fueling the E-Cigarette Gateway Crusade with Tax Dollars – Belgium to legalise e-cigarettes – Big Tobacco Buys Rahm Emanuel; Shuts Down Vaping in Chicago – Chicago Pre-Empted from Adopting Tobacco Tax – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest – Wed, 3 February 2016

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In the News 23rd September

Wednesdays News at a glance: Carry On Nurse – E-cigarette hysteria is hazardous to your health – Risks of e-cigarette use exaggerated – Assembly survey finds slight majority against banning e-cigarettes in enclosed public and work spaces – ECITA give evidence to the Welsh Health and Social Care Committee – Premarket Study Positive for Proposed Snus Warning Label Changes – D.C.’s Electronic Cigarette Tax is an Insane Policy that Will Help Renormalize Smoking – Pending Federal Legislation on Tobacco Issues – Extras on Excise: Will Tobacco Buttlegging Contraband Broaden to E-Vapelegging? – Counterpoint: This sin tax is not about protecting kids – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest

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In the News 19th August

Wednesdays News at a glance: E-cigarettes: an evidence update – Public Health England says truthful realistic things about e-cigarettes – Statement: E-cigarettes could be prescribed on the NHS – E-cigarettes ‘95% less harmful than tobacco’ – If you can afford to smoke then you can afford to vape – New PHE review, divisive media reports – JAMA paper finds some adolescents experiment with stuff – so what? – Anti-vaping campaigners are a threat to public health – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest

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In the News 19th June

Fridays News at a glance: HSCC issues the Call For Evidence – Nicotine Itself Isn’t The Real Villain – New UK Research Refutes E-Cigarette Gateway Claims – An open letter to Ruth Malone – British tobacco policy experts say Singapore ban on e-cigarettes and

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