While vaping advocacy has much to do with government and regulations, medical associations and those opposed to THR, vapers are making significant contributions too
As our politicians struggle with the requirements of sorting through the evidence they are presented with, how governments in other countries deal with the issues could be very influential.
This is the first time the British Medical Association has published a report that endorses vaping for harm reduction. However, they state in the key points –
An excerpt of the NNNA submission to the Standing Committee on Health, Aged Care and Sport, June 2017 by Dr Attila Danko
The Australian Senate Economic References Committee report on the sale of tobacco products.
NCSCT releases a new briefing: Electronic cigarettes- A briefing for stop smoking services.