Tag: Clive Bates

Friday’s News at a glance:- Clive Bates interview: Fighting for vape’s good name – Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan: A Missed Opportunity – Vaping in New Zealand Versus Vaping in New Zealotsville -Japan cigarette sales plummet after launch of safer alternatives – Indiana Passes a Vaping Tax Without Public Input – The 6 Most Expensive Places to Vape – NNA Estonia Welcomes E-Liquid Tax Suspension – Venezuela Takes The Lead On Vaping – E-Cigarette Summit USA Plans Revealed – UKVIA Calls On Government To Act – Higher-Nicotine Vapes Seem Better – Biden Must “Listen to the Science” – Smoke-free or nicotine-free? – International governments intensify support – Philippines FDA urged to cut ties with anti-vaping foundations – 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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Monday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA February news roundup – Innovation and its Enemies – IBVTA response to The Sun and Daily Mail articles – UK Vape Ban? Nope Just the WHO Being Reckless and Stupid – Vape Shipping and the PACT Act: What We Know So Far – Important Vaping Studies About Health and Usage – Girl Blames Vaping For Chlamydia – Vape Bans Are Bad For Everyone – We Are All Bullied – Questions in Parliament – World NGO Day 2021 – The Brexit Public Health Revolution – Public Health England Report: E-Cigarettes Help Smokers Quit – Evidence from Public Health England – Future of tobacco product regulation in Australia – Harder to thwart illicit trade – Fact/Fiction: Does vaping make you more likely to spread Covid? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Don’t miss this opportunity to help shape vaping regulations – Big wins for Big Tobacco: – The groundless Dutch proposal to ban flavors – Germany proposes new €0.02 per mg tax – Maryland: Vape Tax Passes, Flavor Fight Continues – The State Of Business – Post-Brexit Opportunities – Follow the Evidence – Vaping and Covid-19: – BAT Beats Earnings Estimates as Vaping Sales Surge – Federal Mail Ban on Vape Products – THR product controls ‘insane’ – The Ethics of Tobacco Harm Reduction: – Vast potential for vape industry if regulated – CAPHRA warns against grant-for-policy scheme – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Global Forum on Nicotine 2021 – “Sloppy journalism spreads contagion panic” – FDA Threatens More Small Vape Companies – All-Parliamentary Group Hears Vapor Advocates – ETHRA Slams “Perverse” European Commission – Parliament’s Special Committee on Beating Cancer – Swansea FC Own Goal – NZ Vaping Regs “Positive and Pragmatic” – Fruity Little Dangers – Liberal Plan to Decrease Vaping Initiation – Drug Science submission to the WHO – Receipt of Cessation Treatments – Study doesn’t say most vapers are 17% more likely to transmit Covid – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The Netherlands is proposing to ban e-cigarette flavours – Policing the COPs – Vaping and Tobacco Harm Reduction with Clive Bates – A consultation on the TRPR 2016 – Dutch vapers strike again in a protest – Juul Study Looks Into Dependence and Use – Italy’s budget brings in new taxes – FDA Seizures – European Cancer Plan Threat – Malarkey in Manilla – Dutch Vapers – A Light In The Dark – Chicago Crackdown – WHO asked to stop peddling lies – Bloomberg faces mounting pressure – Danger & Delusion | Is Tobacco Control Out of Control? – PMTA Included in White House Rules Freeze – Maryland’s Proposed Death Sentence – Experts Say ‘Fight Smoking, Not Nicotine’ – Vaping is the gateway out of smoking – Are You Among The Misinformed? – Targeted health messaging needed – Access to safer nicotine products in Africa more vital than ever – Unambiguous Investor Support for THR – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Spain SOS – Putting the record straight: consumers are not tobacco industry minions – Hope for quitters! – California Flavor Ban Will Go On Hold Until Nov. 2022 – COP Inquiry – What Ever Happened to – Chowdhery Sees The Positive – CAPHRA Slams Bloomberg-funded ‘attack’ – More Lung Lies – Irreconcilable Conflict on RegWatch – Kiwi Vaping Advocate Fights Bloomberg-funded ‘attack’ – Ad voids hampers vape cure – Dear Canadian Smokers: Please Follow Britain’s Guidance – Electronic cigarettes and obstetric outcomes: – “Vaping can be your way out” – Taxing vapes should be handled with care – Kenya lags world in adopting alternatives to smoking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The Irreconcilable Conflict Principle – Vape industry warns of 50% sales drop – The Birth of Harm Reduction – The Global State of Tobacco Harm Reduction (GSTHR) 2020 – IEVA European Survey – ASH Whipping Up A Storm – Burning Issues – Consumer Group Protests Lockdown Rules – Hawaiian Corruption Smear – The Stroke Association – Voters Approve Vape Taxes in Two States, Cannabis Sales in Five – Important Vaping Studies About Health and Usage – Consumers urge PRRD to cut foreign grants – Report urges need for THR products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Twenty reasons to be sceptical about rules lowering nicotine levels in cigarettes – IBVTA writes to Welsh Government – Good News: Young Adults Sustain the High School Smoking Decline! – The unfortunate case of the Cochrane Review – Vaping Looks Like a Gateway Out of—Not Into—Smoking – CoEHAR’s study confirms beneficial effects of ECIG on COPD smokers – Polosa’s COPD Follow-up – Vaping During Pregnancy – We Vape Welcomes Cochrane Update – COVID Prompts Vape Tax – Prohibiting E-cigarettes Leads to Smuggling and Smoking – Unfolding Tragedy of India’s Vape Prohibition – Vaping debate to be heard by Senate inquiry – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Letter to the Dutch Parliament to express concern about the possible ban on flavoured e-cigarettes in the Netherlands ~ SCHEER report on vaping pretends it’s still 2011 ~ Response to the extremely poor European Commission …

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