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[Asia-pacific, Australia, Europe] Industry-funded International Tax and Investment Center responds to criticism by attempting to muddy the waters

PMI has paid ITIC to produce annual reports on the illicit trade in Asia....accused of being methodologically flawed...ITIC’s letters made three inter-related claims, each of which we explore in the paragraphs below. First, that public health research sh
Tobacco Control Journal blogs
added Jun 24, 2016 11:06
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Packaging colour research by tobacco companies: the pack as a product characteristic

Companies use pack colours to manipulate consumers' perceptions of the taste, strength and health impacts of the cigarettes inside the packs, thereby altering their characteristics and effectively creating new products. In countries that do not require st
Tobacco Control
added Jun 4, 2016 12:33
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LEMPERT/GLANTZ: Packaging colour research by tobacco companies: The pack as a product characteristic / Implications for FDA Review of New Tobacco Products [FREE FULL TEXT]

FDA should consider any tobacco product with color changes in its packaging and labels as a “new product” subject to rigorous SE review. FDA should require full-length SE reports, rather than streamlined “Same Characteristics” reports, for all SE su
Tobacco Control
added Jun 3, 2016 17:15
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Packaging colour research by tobacco companies: the pack as a product characteristic

Companies use pack colours to manipulate consumers' perceptions of the taste, strength and health impacts of the cigarettes inside the packs, thereby altering their characteristics and effectively creating new products. In countries that do not require s
Tobacco Control
added Jun 3, 2016 17:08
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GLANTZ: Tobacco companies consider pack color an “ingredient” that creates “new” products; FDA should learn and reject SE claims

Lauren Lempert and I just published “Packaging colour research by tobacco companies: The pack as a product characteristic” in Tobacco Control. This paper shows that the industry treats pack color as an “ingredient” interchangeably with the contents of t
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Jun 3, 2016 17:06
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[California] VIDEO: Tony Gwynn family: Tobacco industry targeted African Americans

The lawsuit states that the industry honed in on young African-American men in particular, citing a “Project Apollo” marketing campaign that would distribute free samples in “the largest African-American population centers nationwide.”
USA Today
added May 26, 2016 08:13
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[California] ALICIA GWYNN v. ALTRIA GROUP, INC., a corporation, successor-in-interest to UST Inc.; U.S. SMOKELESS TOBACCO COMPANY, et. al. (PDF)

The Defendants, and each of them, made factual representations to Tony Gwynn, the public, Plaintiffs, the government, and others, about their Products, but did not disclose facts that materially qualify these representations, or that rendered these repres
Amazon CloudFront
added May 26, 2016 00:47
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[California] Tony Gwynn’s Family Sues Tobacco Industry, Seeking Recourse Over Fatal Habit

The family of Tony Gwynn, a baseball Hall of Famer who died of salivary gland cancer in 2014, filed a wrongful-death lawsuit Monday against the tobacco industry, charging that Gwynn had been manipulated into the addiction to smokeless tobacco that ultima
New York Times
added May 24, 2016 13:11
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[California] Public Campaign Against Exxon Has Roots in a 2012 Meeting

dating back to a gathering in La Jolla, a San Diego community, in 2012. That meeting was conceived of by Naomi Oreskes... The participants, including several veterans of the tobacco wars, discussed a turning point in the fight against tobacco: the unearth
New York Times
added May 23, 2016 20:57
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Minimum Ages of Legal Access for Tobacco in the United States From 1863 to 2015.

industry’s political advocacy reflects its assessment that recruiting youth smokers is critical to its survival. The increasing evidence on tobacco addiction suggests that restoring MLAs to 21 years would reduce smoking initiation and prevalence, particu
American Journal of Public Health
added May 23, 2016 18:52
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