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Campaign for Safer Alternatives
Advocating for tailor-made solutions to end smoking in Africa🚭 | Join us in demanding Africa's 77 million smokers gain access to lower-risk alternatives
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GCDP Aug 15
The incoherence of the current intl system classifying according to their harms has led to an artificial & biased distinction b/w "legal" & "illegal" psychoactive substances - and represents a big hurdle for reforms that need to be undertaken.
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Jukka Kelovuori Aug 15
"Snus or chewing tobacco is still permitted under the new law. "We know that snus is a very normal way of quitting smoking. One in four snus users in Sweden is a former smoker," said Sohlberg."
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Campaign for Safer Alternatives Aug 15
25,830 people in continue to smoke each day.Every year, more than 156 of its people are killed by tobacco-caused disease. Harm reduction can play a major role in lowering the death rate caused by smoking in Equatorial Guinea 🚭
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JoodiG #UndauntedGloomster🇪🇺 Aug 14
Read this - it should give you all the answers. If you are unable to understand any of it (it’s fairly lengthy - real science doesn’t do soundbites), please feel free to come back with any questions.
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Campaign for Safer Alternatives Aug 14
The nicotine misconception
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Campaign for Safer Alternatives Aug 14
13,651,000 people in continue to smoke each day.Every year, more than 61,200 of its people are killed by tobacco-caused disease. Harm reduction can play a major role in lowering the death rate caused by smoking in Egypt 🚭
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Campaign for Safer Alternatives Aug 14
Policy makers and doctors need to find ways to reduce tobacco harm 🚭
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Campaign for Safer Alternatives Aug 13
Absolutely can be of help here
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Smoke-Free World Aug 13
The Foundation’s grantee recommends ensuring iTaukei people of Fiji have the facts about how many of their people smoke and how many are being harmed. Read her report and share your thoughts on programs.
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kevin molloy Aug 13
Big Tobacco's Little Helpers via
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Robert West Aug 5
Article on importance of adopting open science practices to address problems with research is now available on early view
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AVI Aug 13
This 2-y study shows daily e-cigarette use, compared to no e-cigarette use, is associated with a 77% increase in odds of sustained smoking abstinence.
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Smoke-Free World Aug 12
tobacco use is the most preventable cause of morbidity and mortality, yet smoking cessation efficacy remains low. Read the review, led by FSFW grantee , which investigates efficacy and safety of e-cigarettes as a cigarette substitute.
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Joseph Magero Aug 12
I just published 'CAN DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY CURE THE TOBACCO EPIDEMIC?'
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VPA South Africa Aug 12
The local e-cigarette market in South Africa generated over R1.16bn in sales revenue in 2017 and is expected to triple over the next 10 years, creating employment in a country riddled with unemployment.
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Colin Mendelsohn Aug 11
People with mental illness have higher smoking rates, lower quit rates and a disproportionate health burden from smoking. Vaping can help. 'When used safely and with support, can be a useful adjunct to smoking cessation in mental health services'
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Campaign for Safer Alternatives Aug 12
Quitting Aid Or Slippery Slope? Experts Divided Over Health Risks Of Vaping
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Campaign for Safer Alternatives Aug 12
72,860 people in continue to smoke each day.Every year, more than 521 of its people are killed by tobacco-caused disease. Harm reduction can play a major role in lowering the death rate caused by smoking in Djibouti 🚭
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iUche Aug 11
Information are readily available to prove low risk alternatives is best for Africa nations & the globe at large but for laziness and unreceptive mindset which has clogged their eyes, they've given up on HUMANITY, but we won't.
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