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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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Friday’s News at a glance:- Promote Vaping via Mass Media Campaigns – Is the European Commission about to crack down on vaping (again)? – Juul Publication Complaints Absurd – Could Covid be treated with nicotine? – FDA’s PMTA List Is Here – The Truth Initiative versus the truth – ASH on the Cost of Smoking – PMI Sharing Truth About THR Products – Effective E-Cigs – Bloomberg Orgs Block Kids Hospital – APPG Wants Your Opinions – ETHRA Responds To SCHEER – Philippines Congress passes vaping bill – Why e-cigarette ban in India will do more harm than good – New Brunswick Lung Association – WHO Reasserts Anti-Vaping Stance – The Vape Debate – The Vape Divide – Nicotine and addiction – Italian research says switch to HTPs – Cops have better things to do – Benefits You’ll Notice Immediately – $36.6 million spend on Smokefree 2025 goal – Australia’s vaping ban – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Harm Reduction in the U.S. – ASH Calls For Smoking Cessation Training – A Sea Change is Underway – The New Nicotine Alliance – European Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates – Effective behavioural support in 2021 and beyond – Crazy PAVeing: An Anti-Ecig Conference – UK E-Cig Stores Back Open – Bloomberg Philanthropy: charity or intrusion? – Bloomberg Anti-Nicotine Lobby  – Japan trounces smoking epidemic – Africa Must Ditch The Dogma To Reduce Tobacco’s Toll – Taipei proposes ban on sale of vaping products – Chinese Vaping Billionaire Became One Of The World’s Richest Women – Smokefree action plan must elevate vaping as a safe switch – Another study finds a good reason to switch – Juul Leaves Canadian Trade Association – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA March news roundup – The APPG on Vaping’s report about the WHO – Holding the Bloomberg anti-vaping propaganda complex to account – Vaping, Covid and the Precautionary Principle – Europe must embrace harm reduction post-pandemic – UK Parliamentary Inquiry Challenges WHO’s Anti-Vaping Stance – For Smokers With Schizophrenia: The JUUL in the Crown – APPG for Vaping’s COP Inquiry Submissions – Imperial Brands Talks About THR – Think Tank Considers Cancer Plan Feedback – What It’s Like to Be a THR Advocate in Taiwan – Hypocrisy, Health and Quebec’s Flavored Vape Ban – A conversation with philanthropy journalist – Vaping Prohibitionists Threaten Harm Reduction Efforts – Call for Britain to Make Its Mark – Wide variety of vape flavors can actually help smokers quit – Call It Colonialism | Bloomberg’s War on Vaping Pt. 2 – Up in Smoke: the Future of UK Tobacco Harm Reduction – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance: Vaping – a quick win for Brexit – World-Class Case of Corporate Self-Cannibalization – EU MPs Tested on E-Cig Knowledge – What do MEPs think about new nicotine products? – Bringing Everyone to the Tobacco …

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Keep on vaping – E-Cigarettes vs. Tobacco And What Anti-Vapers Are Getting Wrong – Vaping’s image problem in the EU – Teen Smoking Decreases as Vaping Increases – Senate Confirms Xavier Becerra – WVA Writes To EU Ministers of Heath – Ex-Ministers Back The Blueprint – PuffBar Circumvents Ban – Healthier Vision – Two Studies Affirm the Importance of Flavours – Questions in Parliament – Canada’s Proposed Nicotine Cap – Uplift Public Health Perspectives And Harm Reduction – Bloomberg’s misguided push to outlaw vaping – Who Speaks For Smokers? – Regional Petition Implores WHO to Respect Consumer Rights – Vaping Businesses Targeted By Criminals – Vitamin E Acetate is not Soluble in Nicotine E-liquids – Thai Government Should Reexamine E-Cigarette Ban – FDA admits getting over $150,000 from anti-tobacco NGO – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Eurobarometer: Attitudes of Europeans towards tobacco and electronic cigarettes – Vaping Demystified – UK warns of “unfounded fears” of e-cigarette – This pandemic could help England meet its smoke-free goal – Germany: Plans For Vapor Taxation a ‘Disaster’ – Banning Flavored E-Cigarettes Could Have Unintended Public Health Consequences – WHO Wants To Ban Vaping? – TBIJ’s Toxic Song And Dance – How Do We Move On? – Study shows vapes help smokers quit – WHO Recommended Ban on Vaping Will Only Create More Smokers – PH gov’t warned against NGOs banned by India – On Smoking Alternatives, ‘Follow the Science’ – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Australia’s anti-vaping activists and bureaucrats – Vaping nicotine facing a crisis in Australia – E-cigarettes: the Cochrane Review – Vaping Better Than NRT to Quit Smoking – COVID and Vaping: A Perfect Storm of Misleading Science and Media – Exposing Claptrap – Sheffield’s Dull Legislative Blade – Shenzhen Shutdown – Bloomberg’s War Chest Probed – Swedish Research Proving HPV Vaccine Prevents Cancer – False e-cigarette health fears linked to big drop in North East – E-Cigarette Use Not Tied to Wheezing in Teens – Smokefree voters need to be wary of a vaping tax – Māori Women Benefit From a Harm Reduction Approach – FDA accused of violating Filipino vapers’ rights – Cigarette sales in Nova Scotia increasing – R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris Sue CA – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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