Vaping: A Letter to The World Health Organization

letter to WHO

Experts are continuing to put pressure on the WHO (World Health Organization) to relax regulations on e-cigarettes. They ask that governing bodies reflect the hypothesis that they are a positive aid to stop smoking and therefore a less harmful alternative.

Guest post by Ali Anderson

Open Letter to the Director of WHO

So far WHO has advised strict regulations on e-cigarettes, similar to those of normal combustible cigarettes. They have yet to provide any acknowledgment of e-cigarettes as a less harmful alternative to smoking.

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Cigarette Giant Launches Pro-Vaping Campaign

philip morris vape campaign

The world’s largest tobacco company has embarked on a campaign to help people stop smoking and take up vaping instead — and it’s pouring millions of pounds into the effort to make sure its message hits home.

Guest post by William Furney

Cigarette Giant Launches Campaign to Get People Vaping

Philip Morris, maker of the Marlboro and many other brands of cigarettes, and whose global revenues last year amounted to a massive $78.1 billion, is focusing its stop-smoking efforts in the United Kingdom for now.

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WHO is Again Criticized for Refusing to Support Vaping

WHO vs vaping

The World Health Organization (WHO) may be in need of a checkup after it again refused to listen to medical experts who say vaping is far safer than smoking and can help to dramatically save the estimated seven million lives lost around the world every year.

Guest post by William Furney

The latest refusal came after a group of WHO experts met in Geneva, Switzerland, in October and reiterated their stance that they would not support vaping and would continue to advise member nations to ban electronic cigarettes.

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