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Index Reveals Limited Progress to Date; More Change Needed to End Smoking and Save Lives NEW YORK, Sept. 21, 2020 — The first Tobacco Transformation Index ™, released today and made possible with funding from the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World, finds that most of the 15 largest tobacco companies are not making substantive progress […]
New Research Identifies Contradictions And Potential Pathways For Change New York, September 17, 2020 – New research published by leading international business and corporate governance scholar Daniel Malan identifies inherent conflicts of interest with many of the countries leading the development of global tobacco control policy. The “Contradictions and Conflicts” report specifically identifies contradictions between […]
New York, July 20, 2020 – New research published in Drugs and Alcohol Today found the public struggles to distinguish between the health impacts of nicotine and those of tobacco, complicating efforts to help smokers switch to science-based smoking cessation and harm reduction strategies. “Perceptions of Nicotine in Current and Former Users of Tobacco and […]
~India Release~ Survey finds pandemic is taking a toll on the mental and physical health of smokers, and millions around the world are responding with increased smoking New York, NY, May 11, 2020 — The havoc wreaked by the COVID-19 pandemic is twofold: in addition to suffering direct effects of the virus, the world […]
March 17, 2020 The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted all of us around the world. In this challenging time, it is important to remember that we are in this together and must all do our part to stop the spread of this virus. To that end, our staff will work remotely and will eliminate all business […]
A new #CoEHAR’s study- the most extensive clinical follow-up ever reported on this field - finds evidence on how #COPD smokers who switch to #vaping reduced COPD exacerbations by 50% and increase #respiratoryhealth https://www.coehar.org/coehar-s-study-confirms-beneficial-effects-off-ecig-on-copd-smokers/?fbclid=IwAR3fYA4_A8xcdAs3JVP9QbDLIDe1Wahcnd7BdW-PXbyX8zUTWKiBDkc4UNk
Among women, age-adjusted death rates caused by #lungcancer surpass #breastcancer in many countries. This is mainly driven by #smoking as shown in @BrJCancer. 8 in 10 lung cancer cases in middle aged Norwegian women were caused by smoking. (https://go.nature.com/3jwl9OX)
New data show that tobacco-related deaths are lower in #Sweden than in the rest of the EU (https://bit.ly/2TtfjUc). Scientist Karl Fagerstrom believes that Swedish #Snus is responsible for the reduced instances of death & disease in the country.
80% of smokers live in low-middle income countries (LMICs), yet access to #tobaccoharmreduction products remains controversial in those markets. @gtnf2020 Derek Yach (@swimdaily) said denying LMICs access to reduced-risk products will prevent millions from improving their health.
“Smokers want to quit without quitting cigarettes,” said #smokingcessation expert @RiccardoPolosa during a @15Conference webinar. Riccardo went on to explain that alternatives like #ecigarettes are valuable tools. Click here to watch the full conference: https://bit.ly/3dO2uNu
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