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FDA Unveils Public Campaign Against Teen Tobacco Use, Advocates Want Regulation

August 08, 2017
FDA is doubling up efforts to reduce tobacco use among kids and teens by expanding its The Real Cost public education campaign to include teen-focused messaging and by developing a campaign -- intended for launch in 2018 -- that will dissuade youth use of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS). FDA will also seek public comment on flavored tobacco products and consider further regulations on the marketing and sales of ENDS. This is the first time FDA will use “public health...

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