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The snowball effect on the age-21 movement for buying tobacco products has reached an acceleration point once thought unfathomable within the industry and society as a whole. In the past nine days, the top two U.S. tobacco manufacturers — Altria Group I
The prevalence of current cigarette smoking in 2017 was 15% (4.6 million smokers), an increase from 13% (3.9 million smokers) in 2015. A higher percentage of males (17% or 2.5 million) than females (13% or 2.1 million) were current smokers. Eleven percen
The company also said, for the first time, that it would support federal legislation to raise the age to 21 for the purchase of any tobacco and vaping product.
this week we’re holding a two-day public meeting to discuss the policies and processes for tobacco product application review. The discussion on the tobacco product review process is important because the regulatory review of individual products gives the
The FDA has finalized a rule—commonly referred to as the “deeming rule”—extending its authority to all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, cigars, hookah tobacco, and pipe tobacco, among others. The FDA’s series of webinars will help tobacco retai
the marketplace has been flooded with new e-cigarette products with no federal oversight. The FDA’s letters require companies to provide evidence within 30 days that their products were on the market as of August 8, 2016, and have not been modified since
Poisonous Pandas: Chinese Cigarette Manufacturing in Critical Historical Perspectives. The book brings together an interdisciplinary group of scholars — including Stanford editors Matthew Kohrman, PhD, professor of anthropology, and Robert Proctor, PhD,
A new American Cancer Society report calls for a national cancer control strategy… “There is considerable evidence that tobacco control can prevent more cancer deaths than any other primary prevention strategy,” the organization said.