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    The future for vaping under medical regulation

    Roll up, roll up ............ it's here already.

    Arterial Pharmacokinetics of Orally Inhaled Nicotine from a Novel Nicotine Inhaler Device | Kind Consumer

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    And The Redhead is first with an opinion .......

    If-it-aint-broke-find-a-way-to-break-it.

    What this COULD mean…
    …is that somebody has looked very carefully at medicinal regulations and given up trying with electronic cigarettes. That doesn’t bode well. Quite possibly that, more than anything, clearly defines any attempt at medicinal regulation as an outright ban. The more paranoid amongst us might even imagine that the whole thing has been very carefully crafted to achieve just such an end.

    redheadfullofsteam | coming down upon the opponents of vaping with great vengeance and furious anger

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    What the MHRA has to say .........

    19. Why has it taken so long for the MHRA to reach their decision?
    Regulators across the world have struggled to come to firm conclusions about
    how best to regulate these products. The Government has taken the time to
    ensure the decision is well informed so that we can provide good quality
    advice based on evidence. Our decision has been reached following a public
    consultation involving many stakeholders and further scientific and market
    research into the safety and quality of these products, including how they are
    used. This has helped the Government to conclude that by regulating
    electronic cigarettes and other NCPs as medicinal products we can ensure
    high quality products are available to help support smokers to cut down and to
    eventually quit.

    What is the government’s response to critics who say regulating
    electronic cigarettes is in effect promoting smoking/making it
    fashionable?
    Smoking kills and we don’t want to promote smoking but licensing an
    alternative that supports cutting down, quitting and reducing the harms of
    smoking is in the interests of public health.
    We want to encourage smokers to quit or move away from smoking tobacco
    by using nicotine products. By regulating e-cigarettes, we will be better able
    to monitor the use of these products. If need be, we are able to set particular
    conditions on the way that products are presented and promoted, especially if
    they become popular with young people.

    http://www.mhra.gov.uk/home/groups/c.../con286835.pdf

 

 

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