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Australian Economists Call For Streamlined Cigarette Prices 

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In Australia, brands’ logos on cigarette packets have been replaced by plain packaging and graphic images illustrating the dangers of smoking, from as far...

Australian Study is the Latest to Confirm that Vaping can Save...

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The peer-reviewed study titled, “Could vaping help lower smoking rates in Australia?,” was co authored by Australian academics Conjoint Associate Professor Colin Mendelsohn, Professor...

Australia: Experts Criticize Government’s Strategy to Curb Smoking 

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The Australian federal government is planning to spend $20 million on an initiative to cut smoking rates to under 10% by 2025. Health Minister...

Australian Report Explores a Regulatory Framework for Vaping

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Earlier this week, the McKell Institute,  an independent, non-profit, public policy institute dedicated to developing practical policy ideas, published a report titled 'Legalising Vaping...

Doctors Have An Ethical Obligation to Suggest E-Cigs to Smokers

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The study was carried out by UNSW Conjoint Associate Professor Colin Mendelsohn, a renowned harm reduction advocate, who has been at the forefront of...

New vaping regulation proposed in NSW Australia

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The law in NSW (New South Wales) already restricts vaping in cars with children 16 and under. The additional proposed change would standardize e-cigarette...

Pro-vaping crowds in Victoria Australia protesting new vaping laws

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In the ongoing debate about vaping, many health experts, organizations and health centers such as Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center in the US, and...

Are Malaysian vapers facing the same fate as their Australian neighbours?

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If the Malaysian government had to regulate and classify vaping products as pharmaceutical products, would Malaysia end up facing the same challenges as Australia?...

Australia: Regulating Ecigs, yes, but under which regime?

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In an editorial note of the Medical Journal of Australia, the authors Martin McKnee, Mike Daube and Simon Chapman advocate Australia should regulate nicotine e-cigarettes as medicines. Their...
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