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We are Association of Vapers India, a consumer organisation seeking access to lower-risk alternatives for 270 mn tobacco users in India. FB:
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AVI 9h
As MPs vote on e-cigarette bill in this Parliament session, we hope there will be an informed debate that considers the health of India's 11 crore smokers.
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Mridul Mathew 23h
If you want to retain your right to vape, please write in now. Let your elected representatives know!
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AVI Nov 17
Replying to @peegeekay @the_hindu
We now have to be thankful atleast they don't lie about ecigs like you do.
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K. Farsalinos Nov 15
Landmark study identifies cardiovascular benefits as early as 1 month after switching from smoking to e-cigarette use
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Sarah Jackson Nov 14
The UK is often accused of being influenced by the tobacco industry in adopting a liberal approach to and tobacco harm reduction. shows evidence of the opposite: we are ranked top for resisting tobacco industry influence.
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AVI Nov 13
Thank you everyone – from across India and the world – who wrote responses to the Vape Ban Bill. We managed over 2,000 emails in under a week! Let us keep on the fight and keep demanding our right to health and choice.
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Bhupinder Singh Nov 13
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Louise Nov 12
Adverse reaction reporting, UK Ecigs: 74 reports with 0 fatalities (estimated 3.6m users) Varenicline: 1781 reports in 2018/19 alone of which 8 were fatal (Approx 1.3m scripts in this period) NRT: 835 reports in 2018/19 of which 2 were fatal (From a colleague)
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AVI Nov 10
Dr Rajib Joarder makes a strong case for THR in Bangladesh where 35% of population uses tobacco.
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American Vaping Assn Nov 9
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AVI Nov 8
Months after it was clear Vitamin E acetate in THC vaping was to blame, CDC makes a 'breakthrough'. Govts like India used the scare to ban ecigs. Why shouldn't heads roll at and why shouldn't India's ban be overturned?
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Mridul Mathew Nov 8
So wants to be the biggest supplier of , yet ban which only requires liquid nicotine and is the most scientific and effective method? Beats logic. .
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AVI Nov 7
Replying to @ChaunceyGardner
10 million Chinese have better sense than their CDC.
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AVI Nov 5
New study of 12,000 US teens debunks gateway theory, finds what we thought was causation may just be correlation.
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AVI Nov 4
Contrary to the propaganda narrative about ecigs, data shows they have accelerated teen smoking decline in the US by 4x. End of stinky cigarettes is in sight. Is this what spooked the Indian govt and ITC?
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NNAlliance Nov 4
India has banned vaping and IT'S TIME TO SPEAK UP via Write your emails via this link:
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AVI Nov 4
Meditate to quit smoking, eat carrots to deal with pollution. For what sins are we being punished with such health administration in India?
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AVI Nov 2
With India's public health spending remaining lowest globally, the govt should've been eager to adopt harm prevention measures in tobacco use – country's leading cause of deaths (1.3mn/yr). But no.
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Ethan Nadelmann Nov 1
Mike Bloomberg will go down in history for perpetrating a fraud that already is resulting in a major step backward for global public health & the urgent need to cut consumption. It wasn't that said is safer than cigarettes. It's the science, stupid!
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AVI Nov 2
Okay sir, katti. If you are in Jaipur, we would like to come meet you sometime. It's almost certain you have not seen a vape device yet, so we can explain how it works and why there's significant harm reduction.
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