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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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Monday’s News at a glance: How safe are e-cigarettes? – Smoking: it’s the end of the word as we know it – Online Help Required – Vaping In The News – November 30th – The Deeming Rule: A Brief History – Vapid Approach to Vaping – Euro Docs Are Dangerous – Massachusetts State Health Department – The Black Market Is the Real Problem – ATHRA to challenge Northern Territory ban on vaping – Could life insurance go up in smoke – Snus: a compelling harm reduction alternative – A qualitative study of e-cigarette emergence – Rational approach towards vaping products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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