The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) decision to authorize the sale of electronic cigarettes in the U.S. is an important step forward that will help reduce the unacceptable deaths caused by tobacco use and give the 34 million smokers in the U.S. a better chance of giving up combustible cigarettes for good. The FDA’s thorough […]
27 July 2021 | In response to: WHO report on the global tobacco epidemic 2021: New and Emerging Products FRENCH TRANSLATION CLICK HERE -> “The WHO’s tobacco control approach is fundamentally flawed. In 20 years, they have simply failed to make any meaningful progress to reduce tobacco consumption, with over 1bn tobacco users today and […]
Decades After Cessation Initiatives Began, 1 Billion Smokers Remain Worldwide https://vimeo.com/555449423 NEW YORK, May 28, 2021 – More than 30 years since the first World No Tobacco Day (WNTD), there are still 8 million annual deaths attributed to tobacco use and more than 1 billion individuals still smoke. These facts are proof that health policies […]
(April 29) The Foundation for a Smoke-Free World applauds the FDA’s proposal to ban menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars. This move will save lives and help reduce health disparities caused by these products, which are disproportionately used by Black Americans. The inclusion of small cigars, which are popular among young people, is a positive step toward […]
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 […]
Mission is to eliminate smoking worldwide by supporting cessation & harm reduction #research, and transitioning tobacco #farmers to alternative livelihoods.
A new report by the Indonesia Development Foundation examines #Indonesia's #tobacco economic ecosystem and the dilemma it presents. Growing smoking rates are driving tobacco-related illnesses but the country's 450 cigarette industries provide income. https://www.smokefreeworld.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Indonesia%20Scoping%20Study%20Final%20Report.pdf
The #FightingTheLastWar launch will then hear from Dr. Derek Yach of @SmokeFreeFdn - and former WHO cabinet director for #NCD and mental health, speaking on 'The origins and decline of the #FCTC'.
Join the free event from 11am BST 27/10/21. Register at https://events.gsthr.org
Smoking is the world's biggest health challenge. Tobacco harm reduction is the most powerful #cessation tool in history, according to the Commission Report. #WHO’s 16-year-old #tobaccocontrol treaty must be updated to include THR. http://fightagainstsmoking.org http://ow.ly/DMAV50GueUD
A new scoping review of studies on health outcomes from electronic delivery systems (ENDS) upholds the consensus that #ENDS use is safer than risks posed by smoking cigarettes. The authors say more ENDS research is needed. @RiccardoPolosa @CotherHajat
In a @tobaccoreporter op-ed, Derek Yach (@swimdaily) says the #FDA’s authorization of an #e-cigarette has “signaled a distinct turn" and explains why it’s significant that the FDA used peer-reviewed scientific evidence to make its decision. http://ow.ly/lUj750Gs1g0
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