Monthly Archives: July 2014

ECITA’s take on e-liquid toxicity July 2014

[the except from the PDF is from a summary written by staff at] Dr Jacques Le Houezec, an Independent Consultant in Public Health and Tobacco Dependence, and Honorary Lecturer at the UK Centre forTobacco Control Studies, University of Nottingham responded: “The bibra report presents the calculations based on different […]

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CASAA: First Call to Prepare for FDA Proposed Regulations – Prepare Draft Comment

FIRST, if you haven’t already done so, please begin preparing your personal story. While it is tempting to provide a long narrative, we believe that for most people, limiting the personal story to perhaps 3 paragraphs will be more effective. In preparing your personal story, please consider including information about […]

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EU Ombudsman to investigate EC contacts with tobacco lobbyists –

Transparency NGO Corporate Europe Observatory CEO has announced that European Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly, will investigate the European Commission’s failure to properly implement UN rules for contacts with tobacco lobbyists. The EU is a signatory to the World Health Organisation’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, which obliges governments to limit interactions […]

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