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Global Smokeless Tobacco Market 2018-2022 | New Product Launches to Boost Growth | Technavio

Business Wire
added Sep 5, 2018 14:51
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MINTON: One Year Later, Federal Plan on Tobacco Harm Reduction Needs Improvement

Instead of making sure these innovative reduced-risk products make it market and can advertise the fact that they are reduced-risk, the FDA has put its energies on a fear-campaign intended to scare teens away from e-cigs. The agency has done this despite
Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI)
added Sep 5, 2018 01:43
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Mobile website characteristics of leading tobacco product brands: cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, e-cigarettes, hookah and cigars

We highlight issues in how tobacco brand websites address youth access, display warnings, engage consumers and facilitate purchase. Results can help public health educators and practitioners better understand tobacco marketing as a context for designing t
Tobacco Control
added Aug 30, 2018 22:46
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COMMENT TO THE U.S. FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION REGARDING R.J. REYNOLDS’ MODIFIED RISK TOBACCO PRODUCT APPLICATIONS FOR CAMEL SNUS.

In this comment to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Lindsey Stroud urges the regulatory agency to recognize the reduced harm of Camel Snus products.
Heartland Institute
added Aug 30, 2018 17:48
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Smoking and HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa: A 25 Country Analysis of the Demographic Health Surveys

Having HIV was associated with a greater likelihood of smoking cigarettes as well as with using smokeless tobacco in sub-Saharan Africa. These tobacco use modalities were also associated with male sex and lower socioeconomic status
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Aug 28, 2018 05:17
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GLANTZ: RJR's consumer perceptions studies are poorly designed and fail to provide sufficient evidence for FDA to allow RJR to market Camel Snus as less dangerous; likely to make readers thing they are safe

Lucy Popova from GSU, Lauren Lempert, Pam Ling, and I submitted this comment to FDA on RJR's application to see Camel Snus as a reduced risk product. The regulations.gov tracking number is 1k2-9510-dtqo. A PDF of the comment is available here.
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Aug 26, 2018 14:52
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FELSHER: R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company’s Application for Six Camel SNUS Smokeless Tobacco Minimizes its Appeal to Adolescents and the Likelihood that Youth and Adolescents Will Initiate Smokeless Tobacco or Smokeless Tobacco with Other Products

Bonnie Halpern Felsher from Stanford, in collaboration with colleagues at UCSF submitted this comment to FDA on RJR's application to market Camel Snus as a less dangerous product. The tracking number on regulations.gov is 1k2-9510-ujes. A PDF of the co
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Aug 26, 2018 14:50
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GLANTZ: Reynolds’ own data do not support their claim that because exclusive users of Camel Snus experience lower levels of exposure to some toxicants, they will reduce their risk of harm from lung cancer, oral cancer, respiratory disease, and heart dise

My colleagues at UCSF have submitted this public comment to FDA regarding RJR's application to sell Camel Snus as a reduced risk product. The tracking number at regulations.gov is 1k2-9510-3zjn. A PDF of the comment is here.
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Aug 26, 2018 14:48
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GLANTZ: Clinical Trials and Observational Epidemiology Indicate that Allowing Snus to be Marketed with Modified Risk

My colleagues and I at UCSF have submitted this public comment to FDA on RJR's application to market Camel Snus as less dangerous. The tracking number on regulations.gov is 1k2-9510-3515. A PDF of the comment is here.
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Aug 26, 2018 14:43
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Summary of the 5 public comments UCSF TCORS submitted to FDA on why FDA should not approve allowing RJR to claim Camel Snus is a less dangerous product

This letter to TPSAC summarizes the UCSF TCORS' public comments to FDA on the RJR application to FDA to be allowed to market Camel Snus as less dangerous. The tracking number in regulations.gov is 1k2-9510-dtqo. A PDF of the letter (including all the i
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Aug 26, 2018 14:41
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