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Cambridge Design Partnership

Cambridge Design Partnership (CDP), an innovation partner based in the UK and the USA, explored the impediments to mass adoption of reduced-risk products (RRPs) in LMICs, specifically Russia, China, India, and Indonesia. The Impediments to tobacco harm reduction in LMICs report outlines CDP’s research findings and discusses the range of impediments to RRP adoption, particularly the public’s general lack of acknowledgment that they are at risk from combusted tobacco use, which diminishes the drive to seek RRPs. 


Cambridge Design Partnership explains their 2021 work with the Foundation.

March 28, 2022

Why do people continue to smoke even when they are aware of the risks?

December 13, 2021

Could availability of ENDS encourage smokers to consider quitting? 

December 13, 2021

Can tobacco control regulations help reduce smoking prevalence?

December 13, 2021

Could ENDS replace traditional cigarette use? 

December 13, 2021

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