FDA launches campaign to urge more youth to vape (while claiming the opposite)

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  1. Bill Godshall

    Bill Godshall Executive Director
    Smokefree Pennsylvania
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    Apr 2, 2009
    Yesterday (August 8), the FDA announced a new campaign to purportedly discourage youth from vaping that will actually encourage more youth to vape (as telling teens to not vape is the most effective way to encourage them to vape, just as occured after Obama's DHHS and all schools began warning teens in 2011 about the purported dangers of vapor tobacco products).
    FDA to expand public education campaign to focus on prevention of youth e-cigarette use

    Looks like Gottlieb is not as smart as he appeared, and/or he just caved in to criticism of his four year deeming ban delay by CTFK, a bunch of Democrat Senators, and some news media outlets.

    Also expect more news stories falsely claiming that nicotine damages the brains of adolescents
    (even though all studies were done on adolescent mice and rats).
     
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