e-cigarette holder vapeexpert advisory group has sent letters to the senior ministers of Australia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand. The letter explained that there is more than ten years of evidence that THR products assisted by innovative technologies such as snuff, electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) or electronic cigarettes or heat-not-burn electronic cigarettes have the potential to combat smoking and its related hazards. Experts say that because the carcinogens found in tar and tobacco smoke are the source of smoking-related deaths and diseases, rather than nicotine, these safer alternatives can serve as excellent alternatives and smoking cessation tools. The government continues to implement policy measures that are undermining the potential of current tobacco consumers to switch to models that reduce the risk of nicotine consumption. The letter states that consumers are forced to aggravate the damage rather than mitigate the damage due to the restrictive choices given by these policies and the lack of widely available information from trusted sources. Experts say that when the government boycotted these NRTs, it failed to accept emerging science. "The government cannot measure changes in consumers' consumption patterns, and cannot adapt to emerging science and consumer behavior. ”“We strongly urge all parties to safeguard the right to health and implement measures to reduce the harm of tobacco as a key strategy for tobacco control to address existing gaps. We have voiced our voice for the movement against the failure of the governing body that cannot be held accountable because of its harmful actions against public health. "In February last year, advocates of tobacco harm reduction from all over the world gathered in the Philippines to launch #SmokeFree4Life, which was also led by CAPHRA. The campaign aims to educate smokers about the existence of safer alternatives, such as electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), including electronic cigarettes and non-heat-burning tobacco products, and smokeless tobacco (such as snuff)." />

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CAPRA urges Asian countries to support the use of e-cigarettes to reduce tobacco harm

On June 11, according to a report by Vapingpost, an expert group of the Asia-Pacific Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates Alliance (CAPHRA) has sent letters to the top ministers of 9 Asia-Pacific countries, asking them to report on the upcoming World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. (FCTC) Parties emphasize the implementation of tobacco harm reduction policies. CAPRA Director Nancy Loucas (Nancy Loucas) is also the co-director of the Otero Electronic Cigarette Community Advocacy Organization (AVCA). He recently pointed out that the WHO's stance on reducing tobacco harm has cost many people. In the Asia-Pacific region alone, smoking causes one million deaths every year. Death can be avoided by using reliable alternative methods. "Since the WHO's position has not changed, smokers in many countries are still very vulnerable and may persist in smoking until death. Let us not forget that of the 1.1 billion smokers in the world, about 80% live in low- and middle-income countries such as the Philippines. "To this end, the CAPHRA expert advisory group has sent letters to the senior ministers of Australia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand. The letter explained that there is more than ten years of evidence that THR products assisted by innovative technologies such as snuff, electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) or electronic cigarettes or heat-not-burn electronic cigarettes have the potential to combat smoking and its related hazards. Experts say that because the carcinogens found in tar and tobacco smoke are the source of smoking-related deaths and diseases, rather than nicotine, these safer alternatives can serve as excellent alternatives and smoking cessation tools. The government continues to implement policy measures that are undermining the potential of current tobacco consumers to switch to models that reduce the risk of nicotine consumption. The letter states that consumers are forced to aggravate the damage rather than mitigate the damage due to the restrictive choices given by these policies and the lack of widely available information from trusted sources. Experts say that when the government boycotted these NRTs, it failed to accept emerging science. "The government cannot measure changes in consumers' consumption patterns, and cannot adapt to emerging science and consumer behavior. ”“We strongly urge all parties to safeguard the right to health and implement measures to reduce the harm of tobacco as a key strategy for tobacco control to address existing gaps. We have voiced our voice for the movement against the failure of the governing body that cannot be held accountable because of its harmful actions against public health. "In February last year, advocates of tobacco harm reduction from all over the world gathered in the Philippines to launch #SmokeFree4Life, which was also led by CAPHRA. The campaign aims to educate smokers about the existence of safer alternatives, such as electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), including electronic cigarettes and non-heat-burning tobacco products, and smokeless tobacco (such as snuff).

On June 11, according to a report by Vapingpost, an expert group of the Asia-Pacific Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates Alliance (CAPHRA) has sent letters to the top ministers of 9 Asia-Pacific countries, asking them to report on the upcoming World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. (FCTC) Parties emphasize the implementation of tobacco harm reduction policies. CAPRA Director Nancy Loucas (Nancy Loucas) is also the co-director of the Otero Electronic Cigarette Community Advocacy Organization (AVCA). He recently pointed out that the WHO's stance on reducing tobacco harm has cost many people. In the Asia-Pacific region alone, smoking causes one million deaths every year. Death can be avoided by using reliable alternative methods. "Since the WHO's position has not changed, smokers in many countries are still very vulnerable and may persist in smoking until death. Let us not forget that of the 1.1 billion smokers in the world, about 80% live in low- and middle-income countries such as the Philippines. "To this end, the CAPHRA expert advisory group has sent letters to the senior ministers of Australia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand. The letter explained that there is more than ten years of evidence that THR products assisted by innovative technologies such as snuff, electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) or electronic cigarettes or heat-not-burn electronic cigarettes have the potential to combat smoking and its related hazards. Experts say that because the carcinogens found in tar and tobacco smoke are the source of smoking-related deaths and diseases, rather than nicotine, these safer alternatives can serve as excellent alternatives and smoking cessation tools. The government continues to implement policy measures that are undermining the potential of current tobacco consumers to switch to models that reduce the risk of nicotine consumption. The letter states that consumers are forced to aggravate the damage rather than mitigate the damage due to the restrictive choices given by these policies and the lack of widely available information from trusted sources. Experts say that when the government boycotted these NRTs, it failed to accept emerging science. "The government cannot measure changes in consumers' consumption patterns, and cannot adapt to emerging science and consumer behavior. ”“We strongly urge all parties to safeguard the right to health and implement measures to reduce the harm of tobacco as a key strategy for tobacco control to address existing gaps. We have voiced our voice for the movement against the failure of the governing body that cannot be held accountable because of its harmful actions against public health. "In February last year, advocates of tobacco harm reduction from all over the world gathered in the Philippines to launch #SmokeFree4Life, which was also led by CAPHRA. The campaign aims to educate smokers about the existence of safer alternatives, such as electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), including electronic cigarettes and non-heat-burning tobacco products, and smokeless tobacco (such as snuff).

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