FDA Plans to Adapt and Regulate Innovative E-Cigarette Products

Industry Insight by Ryan C
FDA Plans to Adapt and Regulate Innovative E-Cigarette Products
FDA plans to adapt and regulate innovative e-cigarette products to aid adult smokers in quitting.

On the afternoon of September 21, following the conclusion of the forum titled "Everyone's Responsibility: Protecting Minors from Tobacco Use" at the GTNF, 2FIRSTS posed a question to Brian A. King, the Director of the Center for Tobacco Products at the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA): With the rapid development of harm reduction products such as pod-based systems, disposable devices, and open systems, how does the FDA plan to adapt to this evolving category landscape and improve the predictability of regulations?


Brian A. King states that previous generations of nicotine products have not been effective in helping adults quit smoking. In recent years, there have been many innovative e-cigarette products that have been helpful in assisting adult smokers to quit. The FDA shows strong support for this innovation and will strive to adapt to these changes to promote the entry of innovative e-cigarette products into the US market.


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