Tag: Clive Bates

Wednesday’s News at a glance:- Will Brazil rethink its vaping prohibition? – Smoking cessation policies in Brazil and UK: – Tobacco Control Act didn’t significantly reduce teen smoking – Vapes introduced to Whanganui mental health ward – Hong Kong’s Ecig Swansong – Scotland Fury – New Zealand Mustn’t Sabotage Its Goal – Flavor Ban Bills Are Dead in Colorado and Connecticut – Colorado Senate’s Rejection of Flavored Nicotine Ban – Hawaii Bill to Ban Flavored Vapes – Maria Papaioannoy from Rights4Vapers – Anti-Vaping Bias Undermines E-cigarette Research? – Is There a Place for E-Cigarettes in Tobacco Addiction Treatment Policy? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Vape Britain: Huge new drive to wipe-out smoking in England by 2030 – Sorry, not sorry: I have been paid for work I have done – Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids — Can History Repeat Itself? – Swedish Match in buyout talks with Philip Morris – Multi-sector groups gather to push for comprehensive vape regulation – Groups push signing of vape bill – Vaping: Caught in the Crossfire with Clive Bates – The Advocates Voice – Communication and Engagement – Hamilton Morris & Ethan Nadelmann discuss Drug Policy – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Fighting The Wrong War ~ State’s latest tobacco ‘protections’ are trying to kill us ~ Why is Harm Reduction an important aspect of public health? ~ Kenya Plans to Raise Taxes on Vaping ~ Unfair to ban …

Vapers Digest 4th May Read More »

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Health Canada heading in the wrong direction on tobacco and nicotine policy – ETHRA April news roundup – Vapes and Methadone: An All-Round Harm Reduction Story – FDA Will Ban Menthol Cigarettes – Flavour Bans: The Evidence – No Contaminants – Venezuela Takes The Lead On Vaping – The Guardian Promotes Ignorance – Parliament This Week – The Carceral Politics of Menthol Prohibitionism – Opponents of ban on flavoured vape sales – Thailand’s Health Minister won’t stop legalization – April 2022 with Assistant Professor Alex Liber – Holding WHO Accountable – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- NNA recommendations – E-cigarette risk perceptions – an American crime scene – Court Challenges to FDA Are Heating Up – Vaping products – tightening rules on advertising and promotion – Thai Progress – Malaysia Sends Global Message – Vape Flavour Queen Under Investigation – Success in Glasgow – Court Lets Four FDA-Denied Vape Companies Resume Sales – Tobacco & Vaping 101: 50 State Analysis – Conveying risks accurately is key – Approach THR strategies with an open mind – If we tax vaping, we’ll just keep smokers smoking – Tie me up, tie me down! Why a bit of red tape can be good – How the success or failure of VLNCs – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Opposition to Vape Bill may exacerbate smoking, top Filipino doctors say ~ Britain is missing out on one of the biggest benefits of Brexit ~ Africa: Tobacco Harm Reduction in Africa: Has The Revolution Started? …

Vapers Digest 2nd February Read More »

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Friday’s News at a glance: 7 Big Themes For Vaping In 2022 – Incorporating e-cigarettes into your Stop Smoking Service – Federal Data Show Sharp Decrease in Teen Drug Use in 2021 – Marc Gunther & Clive Bates – Philippines Senate Passes Comprehensive Vaping Bill – US Senate committee ditches nicotine tax – WVA Believes in Consumer Voice Power – Parliament – Poor journalism falsely claims that vaping causes impotence – Because Most HIV-Positive Smokers Never Quit – Why is the WHO Taking Advice from Iran? – Africa: Can Tobacco Harm Reduction Make its Way Through – The Case for Flavours in THR – Misinformation and Infotainment – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- NG209 NICE guidance – Transformers Versus Abolitionists – Vaping works in New Zealand – American Medical Association – Stop Smoking Start Vaping – Great Expectations – Work Survey Reveals Discrimination – Vapers’ Voices Heard In Brussels – The Nelson Thomlinson School – Yorkshire Cancer Research Welcomes NICE Guidance – Innokin’s “Why Smoke?” vaping campaign – World Vape Show London – Nice Work – Upstart e-cigarette makers push for NHS licences – China’s Decision to Regulate Vaping – Hva vil effekten av et smaksforbud på e-sigaretter være? – Are bans good public policy in India? – How will TPD3 deal with newly emerged products? – The WHO’s aversion to e-cigarettes – National Drug-User Union Emphasizes THR – Ottawa must listen to consumers – Denver shouldn’t ban flavored products – Justice Kavanaugh Asks FDA to Respond – UK E-Cig Summit Highlights U.S. Failure – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Prohibitionists at work: how the WHO damages public health through hostility to THR – The secret tobacco conference starts today – Fighting the Last War – Secretive WHO is ignoring the science on vaping – Open letter by NGO engaged students – COP9: the Secret Tobacco Control Meeting You Can’t Attend – Paediatricians Attack Ecigs – News From Parliament – It’s time to end smoking for good in the UK – House Democrats Tuck Vape Tax – Melbourne-based individual fined $7,992 – The battle over the government’s tough new vaping ban – WHO’s Global Tobacco Meet Needs A Reset – WHO undermines democracy – Group rallies support for smoking alternatives – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Sinn Féin call for flavor ban – What do we know about COP9? – Urgent! Tell Congress to Kill the Outrageous Nicotine Tax – “Build Back Better” Nicotine Tax – Democrats Hike Taxes on Vaping – Vaping Can Help America Quit Smoking -Negative Capewell –  Capewell Debunked – An Expert’s Perspective – WHO Told To Support Harm Reduction – COEHAR Completes Evidence Review – 5 things we’d like to see happen at WHO COP9 – FCTC COP9: Liberate the vape! – More Calls for Harm Reduction Ahead of COP9 – Is WHO slamming the door on tobacco harm reduction? – Smokers Can’t Afford WHO To Be Wrong Again! – My Dear: A short epistolary novel – FDA Memos Reveal Its “Fatal Flaw” – Oireachtas committee warns against banning e-cigarettes – A Never-Ending War? – Taipei set to ban sale of vaping products – Global tobacco control ‘hugely outdated’ – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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