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NZ Vape Group Urges Local Govt. to Reject WHO Stance on...

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Earlier this year, the AVCA sent another letter to Salesa, asking the health ministry to reveal their official position on e-cigarettes, as they intend...

NZ: AVCA Wants Govt Official E-Cig Stance Revealed Ahead of FCTC

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The meeting of the Ninth Session of Parties (COP9) of WHO’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) will take place at The Hague next...

WHO Western Pacific Regional Director Proposes E-Cig Action Plan

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Health ministers and senior officials representing the 37 countries and areas under the WHO Western Pacific, were recently in Manila for the 70th Regional...

The NNA Partners With Newly Launched Harm Reduction Advocacy Agency: ETHRA

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ETHRA is a new advocacy group in the tobacco harm reduction consumer space, launched last September. “Reduced risk products are providing a gateway out...

The WHO’s MOP1 to the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in...

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The Meeting of the Parties (MOP1) is taking place for the first time this year in Geneva between the 8th and 10th October, and...

WHO criticizes Switzerland for not endorsing FCTC

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“I think this is more of a shame than a problem that Switzerland is not party to the treaty, as this is all about...

The WHO is Criticized for Endorsing Countries Which Ban E-Cigarettes

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The authors of a new report titled “No Fire, No Smoke” point out that safer alternatives alternatives such as e-cigarettes, heat-not-burn devices and Swedish...

The NNA Urges UK Delegation to Promote E-Cig Success at FCTC

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The World Health Organization (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) is holding its eighth biennial Conference of the Parties (COP) in Geneva this...

The Disruption to Tobacco Farming in Developing Countries

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The economies of a number of poor countries, namely some Asian and African countries, are dependent on tobacco farming. Due to the advent of...

Moldova’s Government Wrongly Implies That HNBs Are As Harmful as Cigs

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As PMI’s iQOS emerges on the Moldovan market, the local Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection sadly failed to conduct a comprehensive investigation...