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Friday’s News at a glance:- Can vapers trust Big Tobacco? – Blackpool MPs new call to tackle smoking – China Set to Prohibit Sales – Smokers Rush to Stock Flavored E-cigs – Ideological Aversion to Harm Reduction – Despite Bloomberg’s Billions Fooling You – NHS Still Failing on VBA Training – 82 Million Vapers – Oz Must Embrace Vaping – Findings From Scottish Prisons – Don’t Ban Synthetic Nicotine – FDA Has 120 Days to Regulate Synthetic Nicotine – Who Will Be the First Person To Go to Prison? – US Smoking Hits Record Lows – Protected by the SRNT Bubble – Vape Keeps Beating the Odds – Let’s be scientific, not ideological – Vaping flavour bans – South Africa flirts with e-cig tax – Tobacco harm reduction critical – Four Basic Consumer Rights Not Respected – COP9: Philanthropic Funding or Manipulation? – Vaping Advocates Launch Series – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Respond to the Scottish government’s public consultation on treating vaping the same as smoking – Vital Strategies, another Bloomberg puppet – Watch: Adults Love Flavors – Second-Best Dentist Slates Vaping – Is vaping safer than smoking? – Sweden’s Heavy-Handed Mistake – Signing of vape bill to leave an enduring legacy – Tobacco’s Surprising Partners – Teen smoking rates fall to all time low – A case for Tobacco Harm Reduction strategy – How to take harm reduction measures without misguided bans? – Canadian Vape Industry Facing New Excise Tax – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA January news roundup – Tobacco control strategy for Wales and delivery plan – Vapers welcome recognition of vaping in new stop smoking guidelines – Three quarters of Dutch e-cigarette users would still smoke without the e-cigarette – WVA Responds To Funding Questions – Youth vaping. The other side of the story – Bloomberg Refuses Proposed Discussion – Biden’s FDA Nominee – Halo Granted Exemption – House leaders see vape bill ending widespread use of cigarettes in PH – THR: That Africa is not left behind – South Africa Should Embrace, Not Tax, Vaping – Israel: Nightmare Vape Tax Finalized by Knesset – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Groundbreaking Study Shows Vaping Far Less Toxic Than Smoking – The CDC is mimicking anti-vaxxer rhetoric – Are We Seeing Early Signs of Common Ground in US Tobacco Control? – A Vape Revolution – Ecigs Helping Norfolk’s Smokers – BabyBreathe Trial – UKVIA Offers Counterfeit Advice – Letter from leading tobacco science and policy experts – The Northwest Territories’ commitment – House ratifies bicam report – FDA on Track to Take Actions – Generation Smoking Ban Also Covers Vape – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- E-Cig Summit 2021 Roundup – Part 1 – MEPs have an opportunity – In Dubai, Polosa is the only expert on Harm Reduction – WVA Concerned About The War On Vaping – Flavour Bans Increase Smoking – Why China Could Revolutionize Global THR – Will China’s Tobacco Regulators Outlaw Refillable Vapes? – China’s Recent Vaping Regulations – New Zealand places a historical record for THR – Does vaping really damage DNA – Groups allegedly funded by Bloomberg – Politicians are still stuck on Prohibitionist policies – Smoking is injurious to health – Build Back Better package’s added vape tax – Doctor releases book ‘dispelling myths’ around vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Smoke and Mirrors: Orwellian Echoes of 1984 – CDC Releases 2020 Adult Smoking & Vaping Data – Respecting the Agency of Smokers: – Calling on doctors to support the opportunity of vaping for the fight against cancer – FDA Warns 20 Vape Companies – Cabinet Minister Wants to Reverse Thailand’s Vaping Ban – Huge Pinoy Support For Vaping – New Misinformation Research Released – The EU’s Tobacco Tax Directive – USA Youth Vaping Falls Again – Proposed Michigan Flavor Restrictions – New California Vape Taxes – Federal Health Agencies Confused About Statistics – Bloomberg’s Anti-Vaping Policies are Exploitative and Wrong – Survey Proves Indian Vaping Ban A Total Failure – Public Health Ignores Declining Youth Vaping Rates – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA Survey Update – The WHO tells us: Don’t say “safer” anymore! – Tobacco Harm Reduction Goes Live on Community Radios in Malawi – Despite Data, WHO’s War on Tobacco Alternatives Continues – E-Liquids between myth and reality – An Anti-Tobacco Hero’s Complicated Legacy – Glantz Won’t Quit – An Unusual Complication of Electronic Cigarette Use – How can we wipe out youth vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Put Consumers At The Heart of Debate – UK report slams Bloomberg – Will WHO wake up to realities of tobacco? – Industry warns of health risks as fake vaping products increase – Weekly Vape News Sunday July 25th – Otago Study Sends Mixed Messages – Giving up smoking through vaping complex – Marlboro Plans To Stop Selling Smokes In The U.K. – 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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Monday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA letter to Dutch members of parliament – IBVTA writes to local authorities – Bloomberg’s dark money – Why the Dutch vaping flavour ban won’t drive down underage smoking rates – Historic Pinoy Victory For Vaping – San Francisco’s Vape Flavor Ban Saw More Teens Start Smoking – Maine Should Learn From Massachusetts – Local authority wants smoking bans outside pubs – Ukraine: The war on e-cigarettes is absurd – Harm reduction month: vaping and public health – E-cigs seen as inclusive harm reduction strategy – Health expert says smoke, not nicotine, causes deaths – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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