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HEALTH: 80% of bladder cancers attributable to tobacco consumption.

According to Dr. Julien Deturmeny, urologist at the European Hospital in Marseille, 80% of bladder cancer is attributable to tobacco. ONE SO ...

CANADA: College returns 6 students following e-cigarette traffic ...

According to some Canadian journalists, the famous "epidemic" of vaping is "contaminating" Quebec ... The reason for this reflection? The ...

EUROPE: Many reactions to the comparison of the e-cigarette to a "poison"

"Electronic cigarettes may be less dangerous, but they remain a" poison ". The statement of Arūnas Vinčiūnas, head of ...

SWITZERLAND: Pushing smokers into the e-cigarette by increasing nicotine levels?

In Switzerland, anti-tobacco experts are asking for a five-fold higher nicotine clearance for e-cigarettes than they would like ...

ANDORRA: Minimum price for tobacco to "limit traffic"

The Andorran Parliament adopted in the night of Friday 15 to Saturday 16 February, a text fixing a minimum tariff of tobacco intended to fight the t ...

PHILIP MORRIS: Towards a development of the "health" aspect of "smoke-free" products

Towards connected health? The famous cigarette manufacturer Philip Morris announces indeed want to use the technology contained in his new ...

CAGNOTTE: Support "You do not know nicotine" and represent the French vape!

Franck Cordonnier, a tobacconist in Martigues and manager of the group "Training tobacconist electro" is an initiative of a new kind ...

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: New law announces the end of e-cigarettes ban!

Good news for the vapers from the United Arab Emirates and the city of Dubai! If there is still a year and a half, the e-cigarette does not ...

IRELAND: Ending the stigma and anti-vape feeling!

In Ireland, there are some voices calling for an end to the stigmatization of vapers and anti-vaping sentiment in the country. Pou ...

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HEALTH: 80% of bladder cancers attributable to tobacco consumption.

According to Dr. Julien Deturmeny, urologist at the European Hospital in Marseille, 80% of bladder cancer is attributable to tobacco. A KIND OF CANCER THAT DOES NOT END ...

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