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The International Electronic Cigarette Association calls on the European Union to include e-cigarettes in the "anti-cancer" strategic planOn November 29, according to a report by Vapingpost, in September last year, the International Electronic Cigarette Association (WVA) launched a new campaign to urge EU policy makers to include e-cigarettes in the EU鈥檚 strategy to combat cancer.There are clear signs that most European citizens support the idea of 鈥嬧€媔ncluding e-cigarettes in the EU's plan to combat cancer. According to a data analysis by the Italian think tank I-Com, in the public consultation of the plan, one in six people supported the inclusion of harm reduction tools.

The International Electronic Cigarette Association calls on the European Union to include e-cigarettes in the "anti-cancer" strategic planEU Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides is committed to formulating a plan to defeat EU cancer to reduce the incidence of cancer and increase the European response to the disease. A study on BMJ tobacco control published in 2017 showed that the risk of cancer caused by e-cigarettes is 1% of that of traditional cigarettes.

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On November 29, according to a report by Vapingpost, in September last year, the International Electronic Cigarette Association (WVA) launched a new campaign to urge EU policy makers to include e-cigarettes in the EU鈥檚 strategy to combat cancer.There are clear signs that most European citizens support the idea of 鈥嬧€媔ncluding e-cigarettes in the EU's plan to combat cancer. According to a data analysis by the Italian think tank I-Com, in the public consultation of the plan, one in six people supported the inclusion of harm reduction tools.

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There are clear signs that most European citizens support the idea of 鈥嬧€媔ncluding e-cigarettes in the EU's plan to combat cancer. According to a data analysis by the Italian think tank I-Com, in the public consultation of the plan, one in six people supported the inclusion of harm reduction tools.The International Electronic Cigarette Association calls on the European Union to include e-cigarettes in the "anti-cancer" strategic plan

There are clear signs that most European citizens support the idea of 鈥嬧€媔ncluding e-cigarettes in the EU's plan to combat cancer. According to a data analysis by the Italian think tank I-Com, in the public consultation of the plan, one in six people supported the inclusion of harm reduction tools.The International Electronic Cigarette Association calls on the European Union to include e-cigarettes in the "anti-cancer" strategic planEU Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides is committed to formulating a plan to defeat EU cancer to reduce the incidence of cancer and increase the European response to the disease. A study on BMJ tobacco control published in 2017 showed that the risk of cancer caused by e-cigarettes is 1% of that of traditional cigarettes.