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THR Expert on How Anti-Vape Media Headlines Are Crafted

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“Why don’t we see ‘Smoking - at 10’, ‘Drinking - at 10’, ‘Drugs - at 10’ media stories? It’s all about vaping, which is...

Tobacco Harm Reduction Group Criticizes Australia’s Vape Restrictions

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“Australia is miles behind many others in the Asia Pacific region, and the UK, when it comes to acknowledging vaping’s key role in beating...

CAPHRA: WHO Recommendations Will Only Create More Smokers 

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The WHO report suggests bans on almost all vaping products, but especially on so-called 'open' systems.In line with recommendations in the new report published...

Report Confirming E-Cigs Are Better Than NRTs, Commended By THR Experts

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"E-cigarettes and other smoke-free products have the best chance to end the smoking epidemic."Carried out by researchers at the renowned King’s College London, the...

The Asia Harm Reduction Forum 2021, on the 28th of June

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AHRF2020 was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, therefore this year’s event will be held virtually on the 28th of June, and will be...

CAPHRA: World Vape Day Was an Unprecedented Success

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An estimated 125% increase in Twitter traffic related to World Vape Day, from May 29th to June 2nd in comparison to the same time...

Media Mistruths About Vaping Addressed in Panel Discussion

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Hosted by Asia Pacific’s coalition of consumer Tobacco Harm Reduction (THR) organisations, The Coalition of Asia Pacific Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates (CAPHRA), The Advocates...

Experts Warn Bloomberg-Funded Groups About Interference

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Last October, two Philippine members of the House of Representatives were forced to suspend public consultations on vaping and heated tobacco products, after the...

WHO Reaffirms Its Stance Against Vaping Ahead of World No Tobacco...

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Contradicting all the scientific research indicating the benefits obtained by switching from smoking to vaping, the WHO keeps using World No Tobacco Day to...

Harm Reduction Group Denounces “Concerning” WHO Report

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CAPHRA, a coalition of safer nicotine consumers in the Asia Pacific region, has denounced the “concerning” report for lack of transparency. The group explained...