“So Many Open Questions” On E-Cigarettes Should Slow Start Of Regulation – Attorney
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA says there “is very limited information currently available on the positive and negative subjective effects, including craving and withdrawal, and the topography of e-cigarettes.” Attorney Bryan Haynes questions why FDA proposed regulations with little known about the products.
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