Sharpless Says User Fees For E-Cigarettes Would Help Enforcement

By Beth Wang / September 25, 2019 at 4:30 PM
Acting FDA Commissioner Ned Sharpless on Wednesday (Sept. 25) told lawmakers that implementing a user fee program for e-cigarette makers could help the agency with its electronic nicotine delivery system (ENDS) product enforcement activities. His statement came as members of the House Energy & Commerce oversight subcommittee questioned Sharpless and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Principal Deputy Director Anne Schuchat about the health effects and consequences of vaping and the outbreak of lung injuries across the country. Lawmakers also...

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