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October 11, 2018
Island Shangri-la, Hong Kong
At a specially supported C-suite breakfast forum, the economist Corporate Network presented an analysis on disruptions in the energy, motor vehicle, and finance industries. They considered potential lessons for promoting healthier, smoke-free societies in Asia. A distinguished panel of industry leaders and subject matter experts rounded out this high-level discussion on how lessons from disruption can be applied to better outcomes for social health.
#TobaccoHarmReduction has been used since the invention of nicotine gum and the nicotine patch. Derek Yach explains on @RegWatchCanada that the only thing that changed in #THR is that the products are now more enticing to consumers who do not like to stick on a patch or chew gum.
Smoking rates are disproportionately high among people in the rainbow and indigenous communities, as well as those with mental health conditions. A new analysis explores the ways in which these groups are systematically neglected by tobacco control efforts https://bit.ly/2VYbJ5T
In @SAMedicalAssoc, Derek Yach @swimdaily discusses South Africa’s sudden #tobaccoban. Derek points out that #prohibition and bans have never been successful; the only successful way forward must be driven by strong evidence and industry collaboration. https://bit.ly/2Ck2aYk
Why Cigarette Sales Are Outperforming Expectations Despite A Pandemic Many messages. #ecigs accelerate efforts to #endsmoking ; @FDA actions could aid this but confusion is driving some #ecig users back to #cigarettes @SmokeFreeFdn @Forbes https://www.forbes.com/sites/charlesnorton/2020/07/06/why-cigarette-sales-are-outperforming-expectations-despite-a-pandemic/
.@VillooMpatell, founder of @avesthagen is on the Global Health Perspectives podcast with Derek Yach. Dr. Morawala-Patell helped launch a genetic database of India’s Zoroastrian community. The Zoroastrian community has strict cultural rules against smoking https://bit.ly/3iBMBeY
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