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VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news of Wednesday 9 October 2019.

VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news of Wednesday 9 October 2019.

Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for Wednesday 9 October 2019. (Update the news at 10h39)


FRANCE: JTI AND BIOCONCEPT ADHERENT TO FRANCE VAPOTAGE!


Two major players join France Vapotage! Japan Tobacco International (via its Logic range) and Bio Concept (via its Bio Concept and Conceptarôme brands) have joined the federation of manufacturers. (See article)


CHINA: ALIBABA ANNOUNCES END OF E-CIGARETTE SALES IN THE UNITED STATES


Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba on Wednesday said it would stop selling e-cigarette components in the United States, amid growing regulatory oversight and reports of lung disease and some vaping-related deaths. . (See article)


UNITED STATES: FIRST DEATH OF A MINOR WITH E-CIGARETTE


According to the New York Times, a 17-year-old teenager from the Bronx is the first minor victim of the epidemic of e-cigarette-related deaths that is raging across the country, and which has already killed 23 in total. According to health authorities, the young man died on Friday after being hospitalized twice in September for a lung disease related to electronic cigarettes. (See article)


USA: CANCER RISK WITH NICOTINE CONTAINED IN E-CIGARETTES


In recent weeks, the United States has been facing an epidemic of serious lung diseases due to electronic cigarettes. But the number of patients is expected to continue to increase if a new study from New York University is to be believed. Academics have discovered that the smoke inhaled with an electronic cigarette can cause bladder or lung cancer. (See article)

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