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The potential impact of plain packaging of cigarette products among Brazilian young women: an experimental study

Plain packaging and removal of descriptors may reduce the appeal of smoking for youth and young adults, and consequently reduce smoking susceptibility. Overall, the findings provide support for plain packaging regulations, such as those proposed in Austr
BioMed Central (uk)
added Sep 4, 2012 07:49
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[Australia] Appeal to WTO may yet deliver Big Tobacco victory ($$)

Two more clashes must be fought and won before it can claim victory, and these battles will be waged on very different terrain.
The Australian (au)
added Aug 17, 2012 13:35
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[Malaysia] KHEONG: MORE TO BE DONE ON SECOND-HAND SMOKE

The Ministry of Health appreciates the support from members of the public concerning the tobacco control measures including 'plain packaging' whereby, close developments is being studied from Australia's experiences.
BERNAMA (Malaysian National News Agency) (my)
added Jul 16, 2012 05:13
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Americas Tobacco: TPSAC vote delays/lowers the likelihood of MRTPA approval for iQOS; PMTA approval still likely

While the FDA decision is still pending (and the TPSAC vote is not binding), we believe yesterday's votes lower the likelihood of iQOS obtaining a reduced risk claim. From a stock standpoint, we still see strong (30%) share price upside potential in PM an
Goldman Sachs Research
added Jan 27, 2018 02:54
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[Africa, UK] ASHALL: My experience with British American Tobacco’s shameful behaviour in Ethiopia

BAT) was aware and fully involved in getting those posters on poor storefronts in Addis, even though BAT knew that advertising cigarettes was against Ethiopian law. Indeed, British American Tobacco ignored all of my attempts to contact them through thei
The Great Tobacco Plague - A doctor's experience of the world's biggest preventable killer (Dr Frank Ashall blog)
added Oct 29, 2015 13:19
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[Tanzania] Activists, experts call for tobacco total ban

HEALTH experts and anti-tobacco activists have received the Tobacco Products Regulations recently published in the government gazette with a frown, demanding for a total ban...Dr Ali Mzige said that the coming into force of the regulations means that the
TSN Daily News (tz)
added Apr 6, 2015 14:58
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[Asia, Sri Lanka] EDITORIAL: Towards a smoke-free tomorrow

India is serious. Sadly, Sri Lanka is not. The battle against the tobacco industry has only begun, it would seem. Let the authorities get more serious. Let them begin with imposing a ban on the sale of loose cigarettes. Let us look to a smoke-free Sri La
The Nation (lk)
added Jan 3, 2015 22:47
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[Canada] Anti-smoking warnings getting a cold shoulder

Young adults are brushing off warnings that smoking will kill them, choosing instead to light up in social settings. This is helping to stall the decline in Canada's smoking rate, a new University of Waterloo report suggests. Researchers argue Canada mu
Kitchener-Waterloo (ONT) Record (ca)
added Jan 31, 2014 00:03
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Comments on the Philip Morris-funded London Economics report “An analysis of smoking prevalence in Australia, Final”, November 2013 (PDF)

given the likely mode of effect of this policy, it is likely to be many years before an impact on the decline in prevalence can be accurately assessed. While statistics can be misused for political purposes, the laws of mathematics can be changed for no
The Cancer Council Victoria (au)
added Nov 28, 2013 00:30
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Do side effect warnings lift sales?

Warnings about a product's side effects could actually lift sales of that product by making the consumer think the manufacturer is trustworthy, new research suggests. Crucially, the paradoxical effect was only apparent when there was a delay between see
New Zealand Doctor (nz)
added Sep 25, 2013 05:26
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