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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Global broadcast counters secretive WHO conference ~ ETHRA and partners write to the delegations of the European Parties to FCTC COP9 ~ World Health Organisation slammed in open letter for ‘anti-vape’ stance contributing to ‘millions’ …

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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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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA September news roundup – Combat addiction with harm reduction, not prohibition – CDC Says Youth Vaping Dropped – Teen Vaping Fell by Over 40% in 2021 – Youth Vaping Rates Decline Steeply in the US – U.S. Trade Agency Orders IQOS Off the U.S. Market – WHO’s Manipulation Caught Out – WHO Should Adopt UK Ecig Approach – Trading Standards Hunt Illegal Disposables – WHO Releases New Report – The Great De-Vape – Freedom of choice has been cancelled and will cost lives – Buying Nicotine in Australia Is About to Get Even Harder – Australia makes smoking so much easier – Advocates and Prohibitionists Temporarily Unite – Experts Urge Authorities To Embrace THR – San Jose Prohibits Flavored Vape and Tobacco Products – SA tobacco bill clouds the issues – A safer alternative for 1.3 billion people – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Top Tobacco Researchers: It’s Time to Re-Think Anti-Vape Policies ~ Will FDA harm health, destroy businesses, and protect the cigarette industry through regulatory overkill? A preview. ~ Lithuania flavour ban – TRIS notification ~ POINT: …

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Public health gains from investment in non-combustible alternatives ~ Denied FDA Authorization, Vaping Companies Start to Explore Loopholes ~ As New Zealand Cigarette Taxes Climb, So Do Harms to Poor and Indigenous Smokers ~ Lawmakers’ …

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA EU Nicotine Users Survey – Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids VP – WHO Decides THR Talks Can Wait Until 2023 – Why the WHO is wrong about vaping – Asia-Pacific panel to scrutinize WHO’s latest tobacco report – The tainted science of Stanton Glantz – Nicotine Toothpicks Are a Bigger Story Than We Thought – Another Glantz Debunking – Virtual Hilarity – Otago’s Mixed Messages – Fewer than quarter of Scots want restrictions – Successful countering of tobacco industry efforts to overturn Thailand’s ENDS ban – Ukraine Poised to Pass an Anti-Vaping Law – Misinformation, attacks from NGOs – Breath clouds, heat plumes, and nefarious NGOs – Misinformation Threatens Efforts to Reduce Tobacco Harm – 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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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA July news roundup – Vape Industry Can’t Advertise to Kids – The WHO’s bizarre war on e-cigarettes – WHO’s Attack on Tobacco Harm Reduction – WHO’s report against vaping compromised – ASH Provides Teen Vaping Update – Why Harm Reduction is the Right Path Forward for India – Vaping Laws and the Treachery of Good Intentions – 2.4 million smokers in the UK turn to vape to quit – A paper on e-cigarette taxation – Tobacco Control’s Latest Self-Fulfilling Prophecy – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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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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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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