JAMA Study Finds E-Cigarettes, More Than NRTs, Help With Smoking Cessation During Pregnancy
As authors of JAMA study say theirs and others' research might influence regulatory policy on e-cigarettes’ use in smoking cessation, FDA publishes latest batch of warnings to businesses selling the products without pre-market approval required from the agency.
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