The smart ones are starting to sniff the winds of change.

“We have never seen any product, nicotine-replacement therapy product, that has generated so much interest on behalf of the smokers. … This is so amazing,” said François Damphousse, a researcher with the Non-smokers Rights Association, one of Canada’s most influential tobacco-control organizations.

“What you should do is permit it on the market and inform the public — ‘If you have to make a choice because you’re addicted, go for the safer product.’ ”
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