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    Great Expectations

    Brexit allows the U.K. to pursue its progressive harm reduction approach.

    Down to the Wire

    Uncertainty lingers as the FDA decides the fate of the remaining marketing applications.

    Fighting the Last War

    A new report urges the World Health Organization to embrace safer nicotine products.

    No Paper Tiger

    SWM has introduced a new gumming technology to protect brands against counterfeiting.

    A Common Language

    MedDRA helps evaluators describe the health effects of tobacco products in consistent terms.

    Uniquely Deadly

    India’s crackdown on smokeless should be complemented by a more coherent THR strategy.

    Back in Business

    Impressions from the recent World Tobacco exhibition in Dubai.

    The Stubborn Squad

    In trying to engineer consumer choices, COP9 delegates persist in their Luddite approach.

    Clouded in Confusion

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    Tobacco Reporter December 2021

    Tobacco Reporter’s December 2021 issue highlights synthetic nicotine, which has gained popularity among U.S. e-cigarette manufacturers as the Food and Drug Administration buried the vapor business in marketing denial orders. Is synthetic nicotine a legitimate alternative to the naturally derived variety, or does it represent a loophole? Cheryl Olsen and Willie McKinney share their thoughts on the controversy.

    George Gay reflects on the recently concluded ninth Conference of the Parties to the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and Clive Bates describes the two camps in tobacco control—transformers and abolitionists.

    Also in this issue: a look at the Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities, which helps evaluators describe the health effects of tobacco products in consistent terms, and a report on India’ notoriously harmful indigenous smokeless tobacco products.

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    Clive Bates


    A regular contributor to Tobacco Reporter, Clive Bates is the director of Counterfactual Consulting and the former director of Action on Smoking and Health (U.K.).

    In this section, we present a selection of his articles.

     

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