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Harm reduction policies unpacked

By 17 Jan 2022Jan 19th, 2022No Comments

“The world’s deadly harm reduction policies unpacked” – Clive Bates

The global public health establishment has adopted a “statist, coercive and punitive” approach to tobacco harm reduction, squandering the opportunity to avoid millions of premature deaths and cases of disease, the annual London-anchored E-Cigarette Summit heard last month, writes Chris Bateman for MedicalBrief.

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