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Governments Are Banning Products That Could Save Millions Of Lives

The decision by governments around the globe of banning products that could help smokers quit might cost many lives.

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Governments around the world are hotly debating whether e-cigarettes and vaping products are valuable tools to help people to quit smoking or a harmful menace that may lead to more tobacco use and cause other health problems.

Even the United Nations’ global health arm, the World Health Organization (WHO), is considering whether e-cigarettes, which are handheld electronic devices that vaporize a flavored liquid that typically contains nicotine, should be banned.

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During the WHO’s recently concluded legislative session on tobacco control, the Conference of the Parties to the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in India, delegates adopted a declaration to pursue banning or heavily regulating e-cigarette in more than 180 countries.

This decision, however, wasn’t based in science or in health concerns. It was a one-sided decision that risks depriving smokers of safer alternatives to quit smoking.

Read the Daily Caller article


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