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[Europe] A randomised, crossover study on an electronic vapour product, a nicotine inhalator and a conventional cigarette. Part B: Safety and subjective effects [FREE FULL TEXT]

• The EVP had a similar short-term safety profile to a licensed NRT product. • The two different flavour e-liquids had a similar short-term safety profile... This work was funded and supported by Fontem Ventures. Imperial Tobacco Group is the parent comp
Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology
added Jan 5, 2016 18:52
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[Europe] A randomised, crossover study on an electronic vapour product, a nicotine inhalator and a conventional cigarette. Part A: Pharmacokinetics [FREE FULL TEXT]

At the maximum nicotine concentration of 2% as prescribed by the European Tobacco Directive, the EVP achieved nicotine delivery that was comparable to the inhalator.... This work was funded and supported by Fontem Ventures. Imperial Tobacco Group is the p
Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology
added Jan 5, 2016 18:51
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[Europe] E-cigarettes deliver sufficient nicotine to suppress smoking desire and reduce tobacco withdrawal symptoms in smokers, comparable to Nicorette FONTEM VENTURES

The study, conducted by Fontem Ventures scientists, used a prototype vaping product with two percent nicotine concentration - the maximum limit prescribed by the EU Tobacco Products Directive - and found it delivered sufficient nicotine to suppress smoki
EurekAlert
added Jan 5, 2016 18:49
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[Europe, UK] Absurd Brussels plans will damage British business by crushing the E-cigarette, says MP

BRITISH entrepreneurial spirit is in danger of being crushed by European Union red tape with its latest laws against E-cigarettes, UKIP MP Douglas Carswell has claimed.
The [London, UK] Express
added Jan 5, 2016 16:26
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[Europe, UK] Regulations on e-cigs ‘a step closer’

New regulations on e-cigarettes included in the revised Tobacco Products Directive have taken a step closer to being introduced after a legal challenge against the measures was rejected by a senior EU legal officer. Juliane Kokott, advocate general to th
betterRetailing (uk)
added Jan 4, 2016 16:34
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[Europe, UK] Smoke e-cigarettes? The laws are changing…

From May, laws will be standardised across the EU restricting how large their liquid containers can be and how much nicotine they can contain. Restrictions on advertising will also come in. Politicians have been grappling for ages about how to deal wit
Metro Café (uk)
added Jan 4, 2016 16:33
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[Belgium, Europe] VIDEO: New laws on e-cigarettes to be introduced across EU

Laws on electronic cigarettes will change across Europe this year, with new health warnings and controls on how they are sold. In some parts of the EU, e-cigarettes are currently banned. Hywel Griffith has been to the Belgian capital, Brussels, to see wh
BBC Online
added Jan 4, 2016 04:18
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[Asia-pacific, Europe] Australia tobacco clash reverberates in EU trade talks

But Australia’s ability to fend off the legal challenge could undermine the argument... “Philip Morris was only able to sue Australia because of a technicality,” Lee-Makiyama said. “In free-trade agreements you always include an exception for public heal
Politico
added Jan 1, 2016 16:09
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[Europe] Serbia will ban smoking in public spaces

The draft law also bans slim cigarettes and cigarettes with menthol flavour and envisages new health warnings on cigarette packets.
New Europe
added Dec 31, 2015 17:17
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McKEE: European watchdog is failing to hold tobacco industry to account over smuggling

Philip Morris is challenging the Tobacco Products Directive in the European Court of Justice. Can OLAF justify continuing its cooperation with a company whose action, if successful, would prevent implementation of the EU’s most important piece of tobacco
British Medical Journal
added Dec 31, 2015 15:49
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