Category:Harm Reduction Resources
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Harm Reduction Resources
- Biomarkers of exposure and potential harm in adult cigarette smokers and non-smokers p. PM3006469904
- Harm Reduction
- Evaluating the Acute Effects of Oral, Non-Combustible Potential Reduced Exposure Products Marketed to Smokers
- The strategic dialogue on tobacco harm reduction: A vision and blueprint for action in the United States
- FTC Rescinds Guidance from 1966 on Statements Concerning Tar and Nicotine Yields
- Switching to smokeless tobacco as a smoking cessation method: evidence from the 2000 National Interview Survey
- Calculated Cancer Risks for Conventional and "Potentially Reduced Exposure" Cigarettes
- Big Tobacco's Guinea Pigs: How an Unregulated Industry Experiments on America's Kids and Consumers
- Smokeless Tobacco Fact Sheet
- Introducing oral tobacco for tobacco harm reduction: what are the main obstacles?
- A World Without Cigarettes
- "Safer" cigarette smoke just as harmful to embryos
- A Genetic Clue to Quitting Smoking
- Liggett Group to Make All Cigarettes Fire Safe
- Modified tobacco products: are they safer?
- The Verdict Is In: Findings from United States v. Philip Morris
- Out of the Ashes: The Life, Death, and Rebirth of the “Safer” Cigarette in the United States
- Smoke Screen Philip Morris Gears Up For FDA Regulation Using Science, It Tries To Prove Its Products Can Be Lower-Risk
- Harm reduction, public health, and human rights: Smokers have a right to be informed of significant harm reduction options
- The Cigarette Companies and “Safer” Cigarettes A Long History of Exploiting Consumers’ Health Concerns to Keep Them Smoking
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