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Kenneth E. Warner is among a group of prominent tobacco control experts who warn that focusing too much on nicotine’s potential risks for youth has resulted in an “unbalanced” debate that overlooks the potential benefits of tobacco harm reduction.

Warner, from the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health, is among 15 past presidents of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco who express their concerns in a jointly-authored paper published recently in the American Journal of Public Health. “All nicotine and tobacco products should be regulated on the basis of their relative risk,” Warner tells Snusforumet.