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The Federal court has fined three online e-cigarette retailers for making false and misleading claims. Australia's consumer watchdog the ACCC took the action after the businesses suggested their products did not contain harmful carcinogens and toxins. It
May 8, 2017 Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) (au)
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Australia’s competition regulator has become the first in the world to successfully take legal action against e-cigarette companies for making false and misleading claims about the carcinogens in their products. Federal court Justice John Gilmour ordere
May 8, 2017 The Guardian (uk)
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filed a Freedom of Information (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) seeking records from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Office of the Surgeon General (OS
May 5, 2017 Judicial Watch
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Conclusion Cigarette smoking was associated with a reduction in survival among patients with pancreatic cancer.
May 5, 2017 Journal of Clinical Oncology
added May 5, 2017 12:47
CLAIM: A Japanese study found electronic cigarettes (popularly called "e-cigs") contain ten times as many carcinogens as tobacco cigarettes. RATING: MOSTLY FALSE
May 4, 2017 Snopes.com
added May 5, 2017 02:05
U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company... “Plaintiffs are barred from recovering any damages because the dangers claimed by Plaintiffs, if any, are and were open and obvious,” says the company’s response, filed by attorneys at the firm Shook, Hardy & Bacon.
May 4, 2017 USA Today
added May 4, 2017 05:50
The boss of an online e-cigarette company has been fined $55,000 after being pursued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission for falsely claiming the products did not contain cancer-causing chemicals.
May 3, 2017 West Australian (au)
added May 5, 2017 04:21
Patients with pancreatic cancer who smoked near the time of diagnosis were 40% more likely to die after diagnosis than those who never smoked or stopped smoking before diagnosis, according to a prospective study published in Journal of Clinical Oncology.
May 2, 2017 Healio.com
added May 3, 2017 22:57
Researchers from UK-based British American Tobacco exposed laboratory cells to the emissions of an electronic or standard cigarette to monitor their toxicity
Apr 29, 2017 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 1, 2017 22:16
For this newer study published in Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis and conducted by researchers at British American Tobacco, it was found that the nicotine-free vapors neither induce damage to cells nor cause cancer. Researchers also stated that e
Apr 28, 2017 Inquisitr
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