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In the News November 23rd

Wednesdays News at a glance: How does Big Tobacco see its future? – Motorcycles Aren’t Cars and Cigarettes Aren’t Smoke-Free Tobacco – A journey into daily Ecig use – ‘A Billion Lives’ makes a compelling case – E-cigarette proponents defend product – New Tobacco and Vaping Products Legislation – Clive Bates on the four basic arguments against vaping – Vaping, e-cigarettes to be regulated by Health Canada – Government of Canada set the base to regulate vaping products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 23 November 2016

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In the News October 28th

Fridays News at a glance: WHO’s anti-vaping scientific castle of cards toppled – The UKCTAS critique of the WHO paper on ‘ENDS’ – How Will The TPD Affect DIY Juicers? – Pro-vaping documentary ‘A Billion Lives’ makes a compelling case – FDA Tobacco Director Ignores 2.5 Million “Anecdotal Reports” About E-Cigarettes – Smoking Machine Helps Researchers – Cigarette Smoking Status – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 28 October 2016

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In the News October 25th

  Tuesdays News at a glance: Fire deaths down dramatically in Minnesota, ‘vaping’ may be one reason- I’m sorry I haven’t got A Billion Lives for you anyway – Why Is The FDA Dragging its Feet on Admitting Snus is Safer

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In the News September 16th

Fridays News at a glance: Vaping is safer than money – Are we approaching peak vape? – Extraordinary claims – Media: stop with alarmist vaping headlines – FDA panel votes to remove serious warning from Pfizer’s smoking cessation pill – Skull and bones “Toxic” pictogram no longer mandatory – Doccie cuts through tobacco propaganda smokescreen – A Billion Lives on South Africa’s #1 News Station – More smokers are able to quit, study – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 16 September 2016

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In the News 10th September

Thursdays News at a glance: CJEU Court date set for the 1st October 2015 – In the interest of conflict – The Public Health U-Turn on E-Cigs – Pulling The CMO’s Strings – Why are Anti-Smoking Groups and Agencies Lying to the Public About E-Cigarettes: A Political History Explanation – Tobacco Control Research: A Tale of Two Delphi Groups – To help smokers quit, make them vapers – Having breakfast with the Minister – Syed Kamall’s liberal vision – Smokers who switch to e-cigarettes may breathe fewer toxins – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest

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News 6th Dec 2014

Anti-complaint about e-cigarette advertising PS. I should say that, while I think there is nothing objectionable about the ads, I thought the PR went with the launch was pretty irresponsible and caused a lot of unnecessary damaging commentary. There is

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