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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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Thursday’s News at a glance: ASH Scotland: The Mouse That Squeaked … Nearly – E-Cigarette Toxic Chemical Exposure Is Same as for Nonsmokers – When Public Health and Big Tobacco Align – Dr. Farsalinos Calls Out E-Liquid Companies – The E-Cigarette Summit USA 2017 – Big Tobacco Has Caught Startup Fever – Dripping Craze or Fake News? – The Portland State “science” crew strikes again! – E-Cigs: A Blessing Or A Curse? – England finds e-cigarettes can help smokers quit – U.K. Smoking Numbers Drop – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 9 March 2017

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