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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...

Two Leading Consumer Advocacy Groups Launch “RightToVape” Website

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The hope is that the thousands of international testimonials will be a wakeup call to the world’s politicians, public health officials, and anti-vape campaigners.Now...

Experts Warn Asian Leaders Against WHO’s Misguided Vaping Guidance

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The World Health Organisation’s (WHO) latest Tobacco Product Regulation (TobReg) Report has failed to consider all the scientific evidence in favour of tobacco harm...

Thailand’s Digital Economy and Society Minister Wants to Legalize E-Cigs

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This announcement comes despite strong opposition from local health activists and anti-smoking campaigners. The 13th Asia Pacific Conference on Tobacco or Health (APACT) which...

The WHO “Postponed” Tobacco Harm Reduction Talks Until 2023

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A global broadcast hosting THR experts and consumer advocates for safer nicotine products, is being held during the same time as the COP9, to scrutinize and...

Global Broadcast Discussing The FCTC COP9 Planned to Counter WHO Secrecy

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The COP9 organizers said that any discussions related to alternative tobacco products will be postponed, but evidence indicates otherwise.Earlier this year, COP9 organisers had...

Case Studies: Countries Applying WHO Guidelines Have Higher Smoking Rates

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More than half of global smoking-related deaths occur in Asia and the Far East.Titled "Vaping Works. International Best Practices: United Kingdom, New Zealand, France...

Asia Pacific Experts Urge Hong Kong to Regulate Not Ban Vaping 

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In a letter to Hong Kong Chief Executive, Hon Carrie Lam, the Expert Advisory Group of the Coalition of Asia Pacific Tobacco Harm Reduction...