FDA authorizes Philip Morris to sell heat-not-burn cigarettes in the US. Philip Morris CEO: Smokeless “transformation” for the company is like no other. FDA authorizes smokeless IQOS cigarettes, restricts digital marketing to prevent youth exposure. IQOS exposure impairs human airway cell homeostasis: direct comparison with traditional cigarette and e-cigarette. FDA deals blow to IQOS. This should change everything: using the toxic profile of HNBs as a performance standard to phase out combustible cigarettes. Philip Morris shifts focus to heat-not-burn. Philip Morris rebuffed by World Health Organization as it tries to rewrite narrative. Philip Morris obtains a pan-EU injunction against an IQOS copycat from China. Philip Morris CEO lashes out at Hong Kong e-cigarette ban. Philip Morris CEO ridiculed for ‘staggeringly hypocritical’ campaign to ‘end smoking’—despite still selling cigarettes.
Big Tobacco is morphing into Big Vape. FDA chief accuses Juul, Altria of reneging on promise to combat teen vaping. A tale of two Juul pods: China‘s counterfeits pose a threat to US. Over 1,000 counterfeit Juul pods seized by border protection; there’s big profit in the fakes. Altria is paying a desperate price for Juul. Juul looks to Altria for more sway in DC. Altria-Juul deal worries anti-tobacco groups.
Strategies for eliminating smoked tobacco. Why tobacco product regulation is no magic bullet. UK tobacco companies are using e-cigs as a Trojan Horse, experts warn.
Analysis of tobacco industry pricing strategies in 23 European countries. Smoke Signals: Monitoring illicit cigarettes and smoking behavior in Colorado to support tobacco taxes. Decrease in the proportion of illicit cigarette use in Brazil: What does it really mean?
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Progressives seem willing to let nicotine addicts die in order to punish tobacco companies. This attitude is as wrongheaded as the War on Drugs has been.
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