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WHY BANS OF LOW-RISK NICOTINE ALTERNATIVES TO SMOKING IN LOW-AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES (LMICs) WILL DO MORE HARM THAN GOOD
INNCO has developed a report titled “10 reasons why blanket bans of e-cigarettes and HTPs in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) are not fit for purpose”.
US TRADE OFFICIALS DEMAND E-CIGARETTE FIRMS REVEAL SALES AND ADVERTISING DATA
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has asked five major e-cigarette manufacturers to disclose their 2019 and 2020 data on sales, advertising and promotional expenditures.
EU ANTI-CANCER PLAN ACCUSED OF “SHUTTING THE DOOR” ON SMOKERS TRYING TO QUIT
One of the most influential organisations promoting harm reduction has pleaded for a rethink of its attitude toward alternative nicotine products.
VAPERS IN LMICs CONDEMN PROHIBITIONS DRIVEN BY WESTERN INTERESTS
Around 80 percent of the world’s tobacco users live in LMICs. They are not, as INNCO notes, “a homogeneous entity.”
VAPING’s IMAGE PROBLEM IN THE EU
A recently published Eurobarometer survey reveals widespread ignorance about e-cigarettes. Most people do not smoke or vape and therefore have little reason to educate themselves about these products.
STORY OF THE WEEK
HIGH-STRENGHT NICOTINE E-CIGARETTES CAN HELP ADULTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA QUIT SMOKING
A new study by CoEHAR of the University of Catania, published by Oxford University Press, finds that the use of high-strength nicotine e-cigarettes can help adults with schizophrenia spectrum disorders quit smoking.