What lies ahead for new nicotine products?

April 03, 2024 by euractiv.com

What lies ahead for new nicotine products?

The vaping sector faced challenges in March due to political decisions and health concerns. Studies suggest vaping may cause DNA changes linked to cancer, prompting calls for regulations. European countries like France, Poland, and Belgium are moving to restrict vaping products, targeting underage use. Discussions about the Tobacco Products Directive evaluation highlight the need for evidence-based decisions. Stakeholders advocate for excise taxes on e-cigarettes and stricter enforcement of age restrictions. The debate focuses on balancing harm reduction for adult smokers and curbing youth access.



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