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The tobacco paradox: Combustible cigarettes kill millions a year. Can Big Tobacco save them?

the world’s biggest multinational tobacco companies seem poised to save many consumers in future, kill millions of them in the meantime and, through multibillion-dollar mergers, become even more powerful. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
The Economist
added Dec 20, 2017 15:32
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EDITORIAL: How to regulate lower-risk smoking products

[FDA]...may give approval to Philip Morris to start selling IQOS, its HNB product, in early 2018. That will gall Big Tobacco’s many critics. But it is foolish and puritanical to withhold alternatives that could help save lives which would otherwise be los
The Economist
added Dec 20, 2017 15:31
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Comparing the cancer potencies of emissions from vapourised nicotine products including e-cigarettes with those of tobacco smoke [FREE FULL TEXT]

Optimal combinations of device settings, liquid formulation and vaping behaviour normally result in e-cigarette emissions with much less carcinogenic potency...there are circumstances in which the cancer risks of e-cigarette emissions can escalate, someti
Tobacco Control
added Dec 19, 2017 14:57
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R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Modified Risk Tobacco Product (MRTP) Applications

On December 18, 2017, FDA filed for substantive scientific review six Modified Risk Tobacco Product (MRTP) Applications from R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company for the following smokeless tobacco products: Camel Snus Frost Camel Snus Frost Large Camel Snus Me
FDA - Food and Drug Administration
added Dec 19, 2017 04:30
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CALL FOR INPUT AND COLLABORATION ON RESEARCH PRIORITIES: COMMENTS PUBLISHED AS OF: December 12, 2017 (PDF)

K. Michael Cummings, Medical University of South Carolina, United States 1. What research question(s) should be a priority for FSFW to answer? Research on laws adopted in different countries that prevent cigarette manufacturers from being held liable for
Foundation for a Smoke-Free World
added Dec 19, 2017 04:01
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[Europe, UK] RIDLEY: Don’t let this British success go up in smoke

The industry is dominated by independent small businesses with no links to the tobacco industry: there are more than 1,100 vape businesses in Britain.... The New Nicotine Alliance has launched a campaign to challenge properties to drop their policies of t
Times Of London (uk)
added Dec 18, 2017 20:52
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Heat-not-burn tobacco product use in Japan: its prevalence, predictors and perceived symptoms from exposure to secondhand heat-not-burn tobacco aerosol [FREE FULL TEXT]

The largest internet search volume for IQOS occurred in April 2016 in the week after a popular national entertainment TV show introduced IQOS. For Ploom and glo... A popular TV programme triggered IQOS diffusion in Japan. Extrapolating from survey results
Tobacco Control
added Dec 17, 2017 12:55
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PMI’S APPLICATION OF BEST PRACTICES TO OUR CLINICAL PROGRAM

Dr. Patrick Picavet, Director Medical Affairs, discusses our practice of conducting high-quality clinical research Dr. Patrick Picavet, a physician by training, joined PMI over seven years ago after working in the University Hospital in Mannheim and a
PMI Science (philip Morris International)
added Dec 16, 2017 20:39
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GLANTZ: Letter to FDA protesting public comment period for IQOS; says comment period should be 180 days after full application is posted

Lauren Lempert and I submitted this letter to Mitch Zeller... We are writing to complain about the public comment process for the above-referenced docket on Philip Morris’s modified risk tobacco product applications (MRTPA) for IQOS. The initial June 1
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Dec 16, 2017 20:37
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Japan's ruling bloc approves big corporate tax cut to encourage wage hikes

The tobacco tax will be hiked by 3 yen per cigarette or 60 yen a pack in stages over the next four years, the first such increase since 2010. Taxes will also rise on “heat-not-burn” tobacco in stages over the next five years.
Reuters
added Dec 16, 2017 18:19
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