A recent article from E-cig Intelligence, a company that monitors and analyses the e-cigarette market discusses the way that developing nations are being urged to adopt pharmaceutical regulations for electronic cigarettes.
The UK newspapers were full of this story yesterday, many radio talk shows discussed the possibility of this and many TV news programs did the same, after Public Health England (PHE) released a comprehensive report regarding e-cigarettes.
Professor Brad Rodu, from the University of Louisville wrote last week on his website, rodutobaccotruth, about the Daily Telegraph having to publish a correction regarding false information they printed demonising e-cigarettes.
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