After FDA announces plans to stop youth use of e-cigs . . .

JUUL Says It Will Address Youth E-Cig Use; Groups Doubt Industry Will Act

By Beth Wang / September 14, 2018 at 7:20 PM
E-cigarette manufacturer JUUL Labs says it will work with FDA to devise a plan for how the company can address the widespread youth use of e-cigarettes, coming in response to FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb's announcement that the agency will take enforcement action if JUUL and four other major e-cigarette manufacturers do not respond to the agency's request that they develop plans to reduce youth access and use within 60 days. Some public health groups argue industry cannot be trusted to...

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