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Friday’s News at a glance:- MEP support for harm reduction during presentation BECA Draft report – “Epidemic” Teen Vaping Based Only on NYTS – Outbreak of lung injuries often known as “EVALI” – Canada: July 22nd is Last Day to Buy – Not a fair COP – Tobacco Harm Reduction: Time to Change Attitudes – ETHRA Response to Cancer Plan – More Nicotine Increases Quit Rates – Right 2 Switch Petition – Churchill Addresses PHE Priorities – Norwegian Government Proposes Flavour Ban – Parliament – Brookline, Mass. Bans Tobacco, Vape Sales – Vaping flavour bans prove own goal – Mexico Supreme Court Nixes Import Ban – Philippines Senate To Lead Region – Biomarkers of Inflammation and Oxidative Stress – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance: Inquiry into UK Tobacco Harm Reduction Opportunities Post-Brexit – The new prohibitionists – How to make a submission about the proposed vaping flavour ban – Hierarchy of Harm Reduction Disagreement – Discussion Reveals Abuse of THR …

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The European Parliament’s role in Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan – Vape Master Settlement: A New Blow for Vaping? – How NIH Funding Undermines Tobacco Harm Reduction – India Banned Vapes but Will Profit from Nicotine Sales Venture – New Hajek Cessation RCT – Rodu Lambasts BMJ Article – ETHRA Comments on TPD Report – Moffitt Cancer Center’s Validation of Vaping – Increasing abuse against THR advocates revealed – To Eradicate Youth Vaping, We Need Only Copy the UK – “I Rarely Vape Until Cocktail Hour”- LSD and nicotine could be more important – Public health experts question WHO’s campaign – Advancing safer alternatives to nicotine – PMI is busy reinventing itself – Japanese health ministry denies plan – Hundreds of Vape Companies Plead With FedEx – Dr Colin Mendelsohn on vaping in schools – CAPHRA Slams WHO – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Panama Assembly Votes to Prohibit Vape Sales and Use – 400+ Vape Businesses Urge FedEx to Change Shipping Rules – Study discredits WHO’s attempts to link vaping to COVID – JUUL Agrees to Pay $40 Million Settlement – Research Roundup – Failing To Promote Vaping Promotes Black Markets – Experts To Explore Anti-Vape Lies – Mayo Study Finds No Covid-Vape Link – Klarna Drama – Thomas Kirsop’s Review – Health Canada coughs up counterintuitive vape policy – Doctor says vape, heated tobacco products viable solutions – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Report on the application of the TPD – The British Medical Journal Falsely Claimed – More Prison Sentences for Smuggling Vapes – Fewer exacerbations and higher quality of life in COPD – VPZ Launches Pilot Vape Clinic – Ecig Use in Great Britain – Concerns About Youth Vaping Addressed – ‘What About The Children?’ – Addicted to smoking or addicted to nicotine? – Arrested for Vaping? – Pro-Needle Exchange but Anti-Vaping? – Why Biden’s change in his approach to Harm Reduction – Revenue From Vape Industry Can Help Finance Covid-19 – Over 1,000 Schools Nationwide using SwabTek™ – In for a Shock | Decoding the war on safer nicotine products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- A Message to Politicians and Public Health – Why Health Canada cannot be trusted – Cigarette Smuggling Will Worsen If Vaping Not Promoted – Consequences of prohibition on vaping – Teenage Use – Vaping and Harm Reduction in Parliament – Heating Up – Coalition Letter on PMTA Enforcement – In Science We Trust – Groups reveal report on Bloomberg’s meddling in PH – Drug, alcohol and nicotine use by teens may have fallen – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA June news roundup – Polar Opposition Must be Resolved – Germany Passes E-Liquid Tax – Spanish anti-smoking bodies press for tax – Arbitrariness of Tobacco Control in Spain – Snus and The Art of Suppression – Conference Bans Harm Reduction Advocates – COP9 and Its Impact on Vapers – Vape Attacks Suit Big T – £1.7 million To Help Homeless Switch To Vaping – European Parliament’s Missed Opportunity – Washington, Votes to Ban Flavored Products – UK Health Agency Reaffirms the Power of Vaping – Back Vaping to Beat Smoking – ATR Leads Coalition Urging PMTA Extension – High excise duty on nicotine pouches is ill-advised – Bloomberg-funded “Campaign for Tobacco-free Kids” – Experts to expose global anti-vape lies – David Clement: Don’t ban flavoured vapes – Can India look for safer nicotine products? – Vaping, Police and Race – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Homeless people to be given free e-cigarettes as part of new trial – New study: nicotine pouches have 99% lower toxicity than cigarettes – The SSA talks to Caitlin Notley – European Parliament’s BECA draft – Hancock Out – Javid In – Ice Cream Demonstration – Over 10,000 Canadians Call on Parliament – An educational intervention can help vapers – Encouraging smokers to switch – Achieving Smokefree 2025 goal will be costly – Japan FY 2020 cigarette sales dive – India govt needs to embrace THR – Consider THR for smoking cessation – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Patients should be offered advice on vaping – Matt Myers in 2003 and Today – The Vaping Study You Haven’t Heard Of – House Dems Reject Proposed FDA User Fees – World Vape Day – AVCA Applauds Minister – Taxing Times For Europe – Why ignore evidence in the debate – Did Philippines FDA break the law? – Attacks On Vaping, Politically Timed – Anti-Vaping Laws Have Criminal Justice Ramifications – Inside Singapore’s Thriving Black Market – Canada: Vape Policies Could Increase Smoking – Public health seen benefitting from harm reduction – Study explores memory benefits of nicotine – Ignorance is bliss? – Vape stores push back – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- The Global Forum on Nicotine – GFN Focuses on Harm Reduction – Foul Play in New Zealand – Two Federal Agencies Aimed at Protecting Persons, Two Different Approaches to Harm Reduction – Legalising snus – Nuances of the flavoured vaping debate explained – Health Canada abdicates its responsibility – E-cigs vs Covid: never mind the science – Wrong information deters smokers from switching – Africa: Can Tobacco Harm Reduction Make its Way Out of Controversy? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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