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THE BATTLE AGAINST DEADLY EU VAPE LAWS
Once again, vaping in the EU is facing multiple threats, both at an EU level and at a state level.
UK SHOULD TAKE THE HARM REDUCTION MESSAGE TO WHO CONFERENCE, MPs TOLD
“A robust, evidence-based approach confirm Britain’s role as a world leader in harm reduction” said John Dunne, director-general of the UK Vaping Industry Association.
HARM REDUCTION ORGANISATION WARNS GOVERNMENTS AGAINST VESTED INTEREST GROUP INFLUENCE
Governments of low and middle-income countries (LMICs) were warned by the Coalition of Asia Pacific Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates (CAPHRA) against foreign vested interest group’s interference in local policies and regulations.
CAN A CIGARETTE STOCK BE AN ETHICAL INVESTMENT?
Tobacco companies like Philip Morris International hope that a shift to e-cigarettes will help them shake their toxic reputation with investors.
NEW WHO REPORT REVEALS URGENCY OF CONFRONTING TOBACCO USE AMONG WOMEN
The report revealed that, although tobacco use among women is decreasing overall, the rate is going down at a much slower pace than in men.
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SPOTLIGHT ON TOBACCO:CIGARETTE SALES UP IN PANDEMIC, VAPING DECLINES
A shift back to cigarettes during the pandemic has paused a long sales decline, while posing more headwinds for the already challenged e-cigarette category.