American Cancer Society Recognizes Reduced Harm for E-cigs

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A new statement from the American Cancer Society (“ACS”) was released on June 11, 2018, entitled, “The American Cancer Society Public Health Statement on Eliminating Combustible Tobacco Use in the United States’(“Statement”).

This statement covers ACS’s goal of eliminating exposure to combustible tobacco smoke and goes over three strategies for the ACS to enhance its approach in tobacco prevention and control.

The statement brings attention to the need for consumers to receive accurate information about different tobacco products and the role that nicotine plays in disease. ACS notes that it intends to communicate to consumers that current-generation electronic nicotine delivery systems (“ENDS”) are less harmful than combustible tobacco products and it provides that the ACS will contribute to research to determine how or whether ENDS might be integrated into evidence-based cessation options. 

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