Vaping In The News June 24th-July 1st, 2017
Chinese courts call for death penalty for researchers who commit fraud ~ Matt Myers ~ Jester ~ Sensible regulation of e-cigarettes: Opportunities for reform (Video) ~ Learning from our failures in smoking cessation research ~ NO Gateway ~ Understanding Nicotine Strengths and Percentages ~ Tobacco company outsmarts tobacco control experts again ~ Big Government, Public Health, and E-Cigarettes, I, II & III ~
Chinese courts call for death penalty for researchers who commit fraud
That’ll shut ’em up.
This, in case you missed it, is a link within above:
I do recommend following and reading everything & anything Jim McDonald writes.
Speaking of Jim McDonald:
“NEVER STOP FIGHTING FOR WHAT’S RIGHT“.
He’s not just not human, he’s a blogging machine.
- The Plague Of Public Health Part 1 – The Black Mar…
- The Plague Of Public Health Part 2 – Going Undergr…
- The Plague Of Public Health Part 3 – The Virtual W…
Sensible regulation of e-cigarettes: Opportunities for reform
American Enterprise Institute
If you’re a regular reader, you’ll recognize the names in the panel.
Learning from our failures in smoking cessation research
Be more forceful with things that don’t work – sounds like a plan.
“Widespread access to a range of treatments (perhaps more appropriately termed “cessation aids”), offered at little to no cost and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 12 months a year ought to be ubiquitous. We should, as Baker notes, be more forceful in bringing the treatment to the smoker.”
How many times do I gotta tell ya……. there IS no GATEWAY.
Understanding Nicotine Strengths and Percentages
Nicotine strengths are important.
This is an excellent reference from Lee
Tobacco company outsmarts tobacco control experts… again.
The tobacco control/public health sector is much more interested in taxing tobacco for its own financial gain via funding and what they call an “end-game”. The “end-game” is simply their business plan – with no thought other than their survival – not the public – to continue what seems to be their “fight” against tobacco, and to fund themselves.
On the other hand, tobacco companies are well ahead of TC and public health posturing – they are rightfully setting themselves up for the future with innovation & expectations – brought by consumer & market demand.
Combustible tobacco will never go away, but may lose its appeal. While tobacco control experts want to control tobacco for their own purpose, tobacco companies are finding a less harmful alternative to the traditional combustible products – like ecigs & heat not burn.
“Peter Nixon, the UK chief executive of the international tobacco giant said, “We are absolutely serious – one day, we want to stop selling cigarettes.” The company has committed to bringing about a smoke-free world that it has decided to pay brand ambassadors, termed “freelancers”, to persuade people to quit smoking.”
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