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            "headlineText": "Bennett Jones, Polley Faith continue with 233-million-dollar commercial case",
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            "summary": "Jeffrey Leon, partner, represented the Province of Manitoba and several others in Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited et al v. JTI-Macdonald Corp. et al. Leon\u2019s practice involves domestic and cross-border securities, commercial, corporate, product liability, professional negligence, and health-care proceedings.\r\n\r\nSean Zweig, partner, represented the Province of British Columbia and several others in Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. v. Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited et al. Zweig acts for insolvent corporations, creditors, bondholders, boards of directors, shareholders, trustees in bankruptcy, monitors, receivers, and landlords in a variety of domestic and cross-border matters under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act, the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, and the Canada Business Corporations Act.",
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            "headlineText": "Another 6-months Extension: 3 \u00bd years after their class-action victory, Quebec tobacco victims are faced with provincial governments that seem more interested in cashing-in than preventing future harm",
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            "summary": "On Wednesday, tobacco companies asked an Ontario court for an additional six-month extension under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA). This would be the ninth (9th) renewal of the March\u00a08, 2019, court order allowing Canada's three largest cigarette manufacturers to settle, as part of one single process, all pending legal actions and related penalties they are facing. Contrary to the previous hearings, lawyers representing the Quebec class-action victims asked the court to limit the extension to three months rather than the six months claimed by the tobacco companies. The Canadian Cancer Society supported the Quebec class action plaintiffs' request while none of the provincial governments nor any other party opposed the industry's request. Yesterday, Justice McEwen agreed with the former and extended the stay by another six months (to March 31, 2023).",
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            "headlineText": "Tobacco litigation: another extension granted to tobacco manufacturers",
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            "summary": "Today, the Ontario Court granted tobacco companies an additional six-month protection under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA), renewing for the fifth time the March 8th 2019 order suspending all lawsuits against them, this time until the end of March 2021, in favour of secret negotiations with provincial governments and lawyers representing injured smokers.\r\nIn response to this decision as well as the approval of this decision by a majority of parties (necessarily including Quebec and Ontario as their claims are the largest), Physicians for a Smoke-Free Canada and the Quebec Coalition for Tobacco Control are releasing the results of a new economic study prepared by H. Krueger and Associates Inc\u00a0which reinforces their initial demands with respect to the importance of seeking non-monetary outcomes to these lawsuits. Professor Hans Krueger and his team show that Quebec would save $22.2 billion and Ontario $26.1 billion if smoking prevalence was reduced",
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            "headlineText": "Impact of the European Union\u2019s menthol cigarette ban on smoking cessation outcomes: longitudinal findings from the 2020\u20132021 ITC Netherlands Surveys",
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            "summary": "Conclusions The EU menthol ban was effective in reducing menthol use and in increasing quit attempts and quitting among pre-ban menthol smokers. Impact could be maximised by closing gaps that allow post-ban menthol cigarette use.",
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            "subhead": "Introduction To reduce the appeal of tobacco, the European Union (EU) banned menthol as a characterising flavour in cigarettes in May 2020.",
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            "headlineText": "Non-compliant packaging and illicit smokeless tobacco in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan: findings of a pack analysis",
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            "summary": "Conclusions Weak and poorly enforced ST control policies may be slowing the progress of tobacco control in South Asia. Standardised regulations are required for packaging and labelling ST. Improving compliance and reducing sale of cheap illicit products may require business licensing and market surveillance.",
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            "subhead": "Introduction Illicit smokeless tobacco (ST) trade has seldom been documented despite ST use in at least 127 countries across the world. Based on non-compliance with packaging regulations, we report the proportion of illicit ST products from samples on sal",
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            "headlineText": "Japan Tobacco corporate social responsibility activities misleadingly claim to advance Sustainable Development Goals",
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            "headlineText": "Messaging about very low nicotine cigarettes (VLNCs) to influence policy attitudes, harm perceptions and smoking motivations: a discrete choice experiment",
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            "summary": "Conclusion Harm and chemical information can be prioritised to ensure VLNCs are not misperceived as less harmful than regular cigarettes. Messages about increased quitting efficacy and reduced addictiveness associated with VLNCs may backfire if presented to those who do not smoke.",
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            "id": 520678,
            "headlineText": "Themes in e-liquid concept names as a marketing tactic: evidence from Premarket Tobacco Product Applications in the USA",
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            "summary": "Concept naming warrants additional attention following US regulatory developments limiting characterising flavours in e-liquids. Several states and localities (eg, New York, Massachusetts, San Francisco) prohibited the sale of non-tobacco-flavoured electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) and e-liquid products as early as 2020,6 and as of April 2022, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued Premarket Tobacco Product Marketing Granted Orders only for tobacco-flavoured e-cigarette and e-liquid products, denying many flavoured products.7 Several countries, including China and Denmark, have announced similar restrictions.8 Prior research suggests that tobacco companies attempt to bypass flavour restrictions through concept names that obscure flavour profiles.9 10 \u2026",
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            "id": 520677,
            "headlineText": "Shawnee Public Schools, TSET celebrate $30k grant",
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            "summary": "Shawnee Public Schools students now have even more options for learning about and practicing health and wellness, thanks to a partnership with TSET (Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust).\r\n\r\nThe TSET Healthy Incentive Grant, originally awarded in 2019, has SPS to purchase numerous health-related items for schools across the district. This week, TSET representatives returned to the district to celebrate the three-year partnership and to present a commemorative check to the Department of Child Nutrition. Purchases made possible through the grant include:",
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            "id": 520676,
            "headlineText": "IP Forecast: Philip Morris Looks To Snuff Out ITC Ban ($$)",
            "sourceDate": "2022-09-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Two of the largest tobacco companies in the world head to the Federal Circuit to fight over a ban R.J. Reynolds won at the U.S. International Trade Commission that blocked Philip Morris from importing IQOS-branded heated tobacco products into the U.S.\u00a0Here's a look at that case",
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            "id": 520673,
            "headlineText": "Health Groups Urge States to Spend Juul Settlement Dollars on Tobacco Prevention",
            "sourceDate": "2022-09-28T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Major medical groups are urging states that won a $438.5 million settlement earlier this month in a case against electronic cigarette maker Juul Labs Inc. to use the money for tobacco prevention and cessation programs, particularly those aimed at young people.\r\nSelling e-cigarette products to children is illegal in all 50 states. But teen use of the nicotine-laden products increased after Juul introduced sweet-flavored e-cigarettes in 2017.",
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            "headlineText": "Nicotine vaping in England: 2022 evidence update summary",
            "sourceDate": "2022-09-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "This current report focuses predominantly on the potential health risks of vaping. We carried out a systematic literature review of the health risks and health effects of vaping and divided the findings into chapters. These include:\r\n\r\nbiomarkers of exposure to nicotine and potential toxicants\r\nbiomarkers of potential harm to health cutting across several diseases, including cancer, respiratory and cardiovascular diseases\r\nbiomarkers specifically associated with cancer, respiratory, cardiovascular or other health outcomes\r\npoisonings, fires and explosions\r\nnicotine\r\nflavours\r\nThis report also covers the latest evidence on prevalence and characteristics of vaping in young people and adults in England",
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            "id": 520674,
            "headlineText": "Nicotine vaping in England: an evidence update including health risks and perceptions, 2022 (PDF)",
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            "summary": "Smoking prevalence among adults in England in 2021 was between 12.7% and 14.9% \r\ndepending on the survey and in 2022, based on ASH-A data, 13.2%. These equate to \r\nbetween 5.6 and 6.6 million smokers. \r\n\r\nThere was variation in smoking prevalence by age, gender, socio-economic status and \r\nethnicity. Most notably, smoking prevalence remained significantly higher among adults \r\nfrom more disadvantaged groups. \r\n\r\nVaping prevalence among adults in England was lower than smoking prevalence across \r\nall groups and seemed to have increased by around 1 percentage point from 2020 to \r\n2021, to between 6.9% and 7.1%. This equated to about 3.1 to 3.2 million vapers. In 2022, \r\nbased on ASH-A data, adult vaping prevalence in England was 8.3%. \r\n\r\nThere was some variation in vaping prevalence by socio-demographic groups and \r\nsmoking status",
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            "subhead": "A report commissioned by the Office for Health  Improvement and Disparities",
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            "headlineText": "\u2018Fantastic\u2019: What Truss\u2019s allies said about budget that crashed UK economy",
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            "summary": "None of the think tanks discloses its funders, but the IEA has received donations from BP and ExxonMobil and, along with the Adam Smith Institute and the Centre for Policy Studies, the tobacco industry. The IEA and the Adam Smith Institute have also received millions of dollars from US funders of climate denial",
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            "subhead": "Think tanks celebrated Kwasi Kwarteng\u2019s mini-budget as \u2018welcome\u2019 and \u2018a boost\u2019 in a series of now-awkward briefings",
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            "headlineText": "Anyone over 55 who has ever smoked to be offered lung cancer checks",
            "sourceDate": "2022-09-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Anyone over the age of 55 who has ever smoked will be offered lung cancer screening, under recommendations from government advisers.\u00a0\r\nThe proposals from the UK National Screening Committee (UKNSC) call for the mass rollout of checks, in order to tackle the most common cause of cancer deaths.\r\nThe committee said all former and current smokers aged between 55 and 74 should be invited to an assessment by a health professional. Anyone deemed at high risk of lung cancer would be offered a low dose CT scan, under the plans.\u00a0\r\nLung cancer is Britain\u2019s most common cause of cancer death",
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            "subhead": "Extra screening could help to catch more cases of the deadly illness that kills about 35,000 a year in Britain",
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            "headlineText": "Switch from smoking to vaping cuts health risks substantially, report finds",
            "sourceDate": "2022-09-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "summary": "Vaping is substantially less harmful than smoking, according to a major review of nicotine products, but action is needed to tackle the sharp rise in e-cigarette use among children.\r\n\r\nResearchers at King\u2019s College London said smokers who switched to vaping would experience a \u201csubstantial reduction\u201d in their exposure to toxic substances that cause cancer, lung and cardiovascular disease, but they strongly urged non-smokers not to take up either habit.\r\n\r\nAnn McNeill, a professor of tobacco addiction at King\u2019s and lead author on the study, said smoking was \u201cuniquely deadly\u201d, killing half of all regular, long-term smokers, but that a survey in England found two-thirds of adult smokers were unaware vaping was less harmful.\r\n\r\n\u201cVaping poses only a small fraction of the risks of smoking in the short to medium term, however, this does not mean vaping is risk-free, particularly for people who have never smoked,\u201d she said.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.theguardian.com\/society\/2022\/sep\/29\/switch-from-smoking-to-vaping-cuts-health-risks-substantially-report-finds",
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            "subhead": "Review of 400 published studies stresses vaping is not risk-free and urges action to reduce teenage use",
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            "headlineText": "Economic loss attributable to cigarette smoking in the USA: an economic modelling study [FREE FULL TEXT]",
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            "summary": "Smoking causes substantial economic loss in the USA. Tobacco control efforts that\r\nlower the prevalence of smoking equitably can contribute considerably to improved\r\nmacroeconomic performance in the short and long term by reducing health expenditures\r\nand avoiding productivity losses.",
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            "summary": "\u201dTobacco-free park policies protect the environment by reducing litter, pollution, tobacco product waste and potentially prevent wildfires from happening,\u201d said Josh Unterbrink, co-director of Activate Allen County. \u201cTobacco product waste contains the same toxins found in tobacco products.\u201d\r\n\r\nAt Monday evening\u2019s meeting, the city council voted to place the ordinance on second reading for further discussion.",
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            "summary": "With the decline in use of cigarettes and other combustible tobacco products in the United States (US) [1], many experts hoped that tobacco products would fade from popular use by the next generation of adolescents. Unfortunately, electronic cigarettes, one of the many forms of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) have introduced millions of current youth to a new tobacco product  . . . \r\nConclusions\r\nTraditionally flavored e-cigarette initiation produces similar risk for addiction and harm perceptions as non-traditionally flavored initiation. These findings suggest that banning non-traditional flavors alone may be ineffective in curbing e-cigarette addiction and harm perception. Additional research is needed to better understand which e-cigarette product characteristics and behaviors may be associated with greater addiction and reduced harm perceptions.",
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