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Australia: NSW Anti-Vape Campaign Should be Fact Checked

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"Australia’s overall smoking rate has barely moved in the past decade while New Zealand’s has halved."The NSW government has recently launched a $300,000 “educational”...

The Fifth Asia Harm Reduction Forum to Take Place on October...

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Like previous years, this year's forum will feature multi-disciplinary and internationally acclaimed experts in the filed, who are all focused on reaching science-based solutions...

NZ Vape Petition to WHO Reaches 10,000 Signatures

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The petition was launched during the 2021 Voices4Vape webinar and can be viewed at change.org/v4v-petition.Last year, tobacco harm reduction and consumer groups in the...

Panel Discussion Reveals Increased Abuse Against THR Advocates

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The positive results achieved via tobacco harm reduction are worth the fight.Headlined “The battle between innovation and bully tactics”, the seventh episode of The...

South Australia Calls For More Action Against Teen Vaping

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Efforts to reduce harm by enforcing further vape restrictions are misdirected.A recent SA survey has reported that two out of three teens surveyed have...

WHO’s Recent Vaping Question and Answer Section Called an “Absolute Scandal”

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A key question that the WHO poses is: ‘Are e-cigarettes more or less dangerous than conventional tobacco cigarettes?’ Given all the science indicating the...

sCOPe22’s Success Was Critical Given THR Debates at Next Year’s COP10

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"sCOPe22 showed that consumer advocates worldwide are united and highly motivated to fight for millions of smokers’ lives."At the time of the broadcast for...

Tobacco Harm Reduction Experts Encourage Philippine President to Sign Vape Bill 

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A recent survey confirmed the wide public support for tobacco harm reduction.SB 2239 would regulate the importation, manufacture, sale, packaging, distribution, use and consumption...

Survey: 9 of 10 Philippines Smokers Support Tobacco Harm Reduction

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94% of Filipinos believe that the local government should set in place policies encouraging smokers to switch to less harmful alternatives to cigarettes, whilst...

Recent Study Says Smoking and Vaping Increase Potential for SARS-CoV-2 Infection 

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Another study involving nearly 70,000 patients, concluded that e-cigarettes "do not appear to increase susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2 infection."Titled, “Combustible and electronic cigarette exposures increase...
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