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[Asia] ‘E-cigarettes can reduce burden of smoking-related deaths in India’

Farsalinos, who is a research fellow at Onassis Cardiac Surgery Centre, is on a visit to India to interact with Indian medical fraternity and government authorities to share his latest findings on how e-cigarettes have helped millions of Europeans to qui
IANS - Indo-Asian News Service (in)
added Oct 5, 2016 16:39
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[UK] E-cigarettes: An unnecessary evil or a golden opportunity?

The University of Bristol is collecting data from GPs across the UK to identify what doctors know about e-cigarettes and add to understanding of advice given by healthcare professionals to their patients when asked about e-cigarettes and smoking cessatio
GP Magazine (uk)
added Oct 5, 2016 14:53
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E-cigarette vapour is less harmful to lung cells than cigarette smoke

Recent tests conducted by scientists at British American Tobacco (BAT) show that, in stark contrast to cigarette smoke, vapour from the commercially available e-cigarette Vype ePen is less toxic to, and does not cause oxidative stress¹ in, human lung cell
BAT Science.com
added Dec 5, 2016 22:28
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[Utah] State says e-cigarette company changed its name, kept deceptive marketing

In 2014, the Division of Consumer Protection threatened to hit the e-cigarette company, Vapex LLC, and its owners with more than $822,000 in fines, alleging the company made unsubstantiated claims about the health benefits of its products and because it
Salt Lake Tribune
added Oct 3, 2016 22:53
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LEHRER: The Opposition to Vaping is Vapid

Although evidence for harm reduction as a public-health approach is pretty good, it's difficult to find anybody, on the left or right, who is consistent in advocating attempts to reduce harm. That's a shame. Wider implementation of harm-reduction approa
Weekly Standard
added Oct 3, 2016 15:38
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MEYER: Government Puts Tobacco Interests Above A Billion Lives

the film’s director Aaron Biebert exposes the special interests that will stop at nothing to ban the best hope for smokers who want to quit their deadly habit. Jared Meyer: Earlier this year, the Food and Drug Administration finalized rules that it estim
Forbes
added Oct 3, 2016 15:51
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Altria Group Inc.'s Biggest Failure in 2016 So Far

given the success that Philip Morris has seen and the way that iQOS differentiates itself from the rest of the reduced-risk products market globally, Altria should arguably try to advocate for the potential benefits of iQOS more aggressively in order to t
Motley Fool
added Dec 20, 2016 16:34
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[India] A Response to the WHO FCTC CoP7 (ENDS) Report (PDF)

Failure to do so will not only put people’s lives and health at IMMEDIATE risk, but also diminish the credibility of the organisation. It is the WHO’s FCTC delegates responsibility at the forthcoming CoP7 to be fully aware of emerging public health trends
INNCO (International Network of Nicotine Consumer Organisations)
added Oct 10, 2016 15:54
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[New Zealand] Beware 'heat not burn' tobacco devices, e-cigarette seller warns Ministry of Health

E-cigarette retailer Cosmic has warned the Government to beware of "heat not burn" tobacco devices....has written to the ministry calling for devices that "heat not burn" tobacco to be more tightly controlled than the e-cigarettes it sells, which deliver
Independent Newspapers Ltd. / STUFF (nz)
added Sep 30, 2016 12:54
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Philip Morris International Inc. Hosts Investor Day; Revises for Currency, and Narrows, 2016 Full-Year Reported Diluted EPS Forecast

“We aim to become the undisputed leader of the Reduced-Risk Product category with the highly ambitious objective of having RRPs ultimately replace combustible products to the benefit of adult smokers, society and our company.” “We are very well position
Philip Morris International (ch)
added Sep 29, 2016 12:46
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