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The WHO Risks Being Labelled an “Enemy of Tobacco Harm-Reduction”

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Sadly, amongst tobacco harm reduction experts, the WHO has become renowned for becoming aggressively anti-vaping, despite all the scientific data available in favour of...

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...

WHO: “E-cigarettes are not proven cessation aids”

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In a press release titled “Quit tobacco to be a winner,” the WHO is at it once again. It insists that the tobacco industry...

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...

UK MPs Call on The Government to Defund The World Health...

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A cross-party committee is furious as the WHO's inaccurate insistence that vaping is as dangerous as smoking, despite the scientific data indicating the contrary....

WHO Report Ignores The Link Between The Increase in Vaping and...

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The WHO commends countries which have endorsed their framework and ideology, despite failing to obtain their smoke-free objectives as a result (such as India),...

WHO Urged to Stop Spreading Misinformation About Vaping And COVID-19 Risks

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“If governments trust the science around the COVID pandemic, why are they not trusting the science on tobacco harm reduction to mitigate the long-standing...

WHO Launches Stop Smoking Campaign: “Commit to Quit” 

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The WHO’s position against e-cigarettes has been influenced and compromised by vested interests that provide funds to the organisation.To mark the launch of “Commit...

Middle East: Smoking Rates Remain High Where Vaping is Shunned

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Figures recently released by the Jordanian government in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) have indicated that the Middle Eastern kingdom of Jordan,...

Iran Launches Five-Year Tobacco Control National Plan 

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The program will unfold over the course of five years, and will eventually be launched in 63 selected cities and 63 villages.In line with...