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FDA Is Right to Reject Swedish Match’s Flawed Application to Remove Health Warnings on Its Smokeless Tobacco Products

The FDA had no choice but to reject this application based on the current record because Swedish Match failed to provide sufficient scientific evidence to support its claims and failed to meet the standard set by law for allowing modified risk claims. As
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Dec 14, 2016 19:34
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[UK] Could this drug have saved A A Gill's life? Simon only had two weeks left to live, but this treatment reduced his lung cancer and got him back to health

Simon only had two weeks left...Then the immunotherapy drug nivolumab completely turned his life around...was first diagnosed with advanced non-small cell lung cancer, a form usually caused by smoking (he was a smoker) in February last year after he devel
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Dec 13, 2016 23:26
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[UK] Lung cancer NEWS: Simple painkiller IBUPROFEN could reduce risk of deadly disease

This comes after it was revealed cancer sufferers will now have access to a potentially life-saving new drug pembrolizumab, also known as Keytruda, after NICE recommended it for routine NHS use.
The [London, UK] Express
added Dec 8, 2016 20:39
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Regular doses of ibuprofen 'lowers smokers' risk of lung cancer by 48%'

researchers at Ohio State University have found clear evidence that - taken in small doses at regular intervals - it can dispel much of the inflammation that leads to tumors in the lungs. It is one of the first studies to have examined specific types of
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Dec 8, 2016 03:23
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helping people with hiv/aids quit smoking

Every year on December 1, World AIDS Day is an opportunity to increase awareness, fight prejudice and improve education relating to HIV/AIDS. People around the world show support to the millions of people living with HIV/AIDS, by wearing a red ribbon or
Truth Initiative (American Legacy Foundation)
added Dec 1, 2016 20:40
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SIEGEL: New Study on E-Cigarettes and Bronchitis: An Example of Scientific Dishonesty and Deception

the paper and the press release are both very deceptive. The paper abstract is hiding important findings. The same thing is true of the press release. In fact, nowhere in the press release does it even mention that there was no significant relationship fo
The Rest of the Story-Tobacco Analasys and Commentary (Michael Siegel blog)
added Nov 24, 2016 02:26
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Smoking electronic cigarettes kills large number of mouth cells

A large number of mouth cells exposed to e-cigarette vapor in the laboratory die within a few days, according to a study conducted by Université Laval researchers and published in the latest issue of Journal of Cellular Physiology. Dr. Mahmoud Rouabhia
Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Nov 21, 2016 16:42
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E-cigarettes raise teens’ risk of persistent cough and wheeze, study finds

The results showed that the risk of bronchitic symptoms was twice as high in teenagers who said that they were currently using e-cigarettes as in those who had never tried them (odds ratio 2.02 (95% confidence interval 1.42 to 2.88)). Risk of bronchitis
British Medical Journal
added Nov 21, 2016 15:39
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New study highlights detrimental effects of e-cigarettes on oral health

A University of Rochester Medical Center study suggests that electronic cigarettes are as equally damaging to gums and teeth as conventional cigarettes. The study, published in Oncotarget, was led by Irfan Rahman, Ph.D. professor of Environmental Medici
News-Medical.net
added Nov 19, 2016 18:19
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E-Cigarettes Not Good to Gums, Study Finds / Nicotine, flavorings appear to play a role in tissue damage

"We showed that when the vapors from an e-cigarette are burned, it causes cells to release inflammatory proteins," said study leader Irfan Rahman. These, in turn, "aggravate stress within cells, resulting in damage that could lead to various oral disease
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Nov 19, 2016 01:23
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