Study reveals a need to evaluate and regulate 'electronic cigarettes'
Electronic cigarettes should be evaluated, regulated, labeled and packaged in a manner consistent with cartridge content and product effect -- even if that effect is a total failure to deliver nicotine as demonstrated in a study supported by the National Cancer Institute and led by a Virginia Commonwealth University researcher.
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Since: Jul 07
#1 Feb 11, 2010
On what basis would the e cig be evaluated and regulated if, as the study says, there is no delivery of nicotine? Would that be for tax purposes?
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