Determining E-Cigarettes’ Regulated Future? A Matter Of More Time, Stakeholders And Consumers Say
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
U.K. researchers say more time is needed to confirm whether e-cigarettes have efficacy in smoking cessation and harm reduction. Businesses and consumers, meanwhile, are deluging FDA with requests for more time to comment on the agency proposal to regulate the industry.
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