E-cigarettes could be banned in the United States, says the FDA



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Electronic cigarettes and vaping products face an "existential threat" in the US UU If its use among young people continues to increase, warned the commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Scott Gottlieb spoke Friday at a public hearing in Maryland focused on eliminating the use of "electronic cigarettes and other tobacco products" among young Americans, at a time when the agency has threatened stores that sell electronic cigarettes to minors and He confiscated thousands of documents. from Juul Labs, the manufacturer of a popular vaporization product, during a surprise inspection of the company's corporate headquarters.

"I'll tell you this." If the use of youth continues to increase, and we see a significant increase in use in 2019, in addition to the dramatic increase in 2018, the entire category will face an existential threat, "Gottlieb said." It could be a " finished game "for some of these products until they can successfully pbad through the regulatory process. I think what is at stake is so high. "


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The commissioner added that the possible elimination of electronic cigarette products "would be a blow" for adult smokers, who said they "could potentially benefit from these products."

Mr. Gottlieb pointed to the Juul brand when he spoke about the increase in the use of electronic cigarettes among young people in high school and said: "In fact, the ubiquity of this product took root so quickly that it gave rise to its own verb."

The company responded with a statement denouncing the use of electronic cigarettes among minors, describing it as "completely unacceptable" and "directly opposite to our mission to eliminate cigarettes by offering existing adult smokers a real alternative to combustible cigarettes."

"We are moving full steam ahead in the implementation of our action plan to limit the use of youth," said Ted Kwong, a spokesman for Juul Labs. The hill. "This has not changed since we announced our plan in November."

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"Seremos un socio transparente, comprometido y comprometido con la FDA, los fiscales generales del estado, los municipios locales y las organizaciones comunitarias en el esfuerzo por combatir el uso de menores", agregó.

La FDA publicó previamente una lista de restricciones sobre los sabores de los cigarrillos electrónicos y propuso una prohibición de los cigarrillos con mentol y los cigarros con sabor, una medida que posiblemente requiera una legislación complementaria.


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La agencia se detuvo en breve al considerar que se había prohibido prohibir la venta de cigarrillos electrónicos en tiendas donde los menores pudieran tener acceso a ellos, en lugar de permitirles que continúen vendiéndose, con la excepción de que están en áreas cerradas y fuera de su alcance. adolescentes.

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