A row between a public health academic and one of the biggest pro-e-cigarette organisations has highlighted divisions within the sector over how studies and research should proceed.
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Science & Policy
Be careful what you read. Press offices have been known to take some liberities with research in order to get the juiciest headline possible. A study of e-cigarette use amongst cancer patients is just such a case.
ECigIntelligence.com science expert, Marc Beishon explores the science and study behind a new wave of headlines linking nicotine to cancer.
Clive Bates' presentation to the inaugural E-Cigarette Summit, held at London's Royal Society on 12th November 2013: Regulation - "When less is more"
Presentation by Deborah Arnott, Chief Executive of ASH UK, at the inaugural e-cigarette summit held at London's Royal Society on 12th November 2013: "Harm reduction, the profit motive and tobacco industry tactics: why caution is necessary"
Presentation by Jeremy Mean, Group Manager, Acess Infomation for Medicines and Standards at the MHRA, to the inaugural e-cigarette summit, held at London's Royal Society on 12th November 2013: "The regulation of Nicotine-Containing Products (NCPs)"