World Vapers' Alliance Protests Outside World Health Organization

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May.31
World Vapers' Alliance Protests Outside World Health Organization
World Vapers Alliance protests outside WHO in Geneva, demanding recognition of e-cigarettes as harm reduction tools.

According to a recent report by the World Vapers Alliance, the World Vapers' Alliance (WVA) held a protest in front of the World Health Organization in Geneva on World Vape Day.

 

Participants in the event urged the global health organization to listen to consumers' voices and acknowledge that scientific evidence supports e-cigarettes, nicotine pouches, and similar products as effective harm reduction tools.

 

The organization expressed concerns about the prevalence of a "misinformation epidemic" surrounding tobacco harm reduction, stating that this misunderstanding is fueled by misleading information and prevents millions of people from switching to scientifically proven less harmful alternatives.

 

WVA director Michael Landl stated in a statement that...

 

The World Health Organization has turned World No Tobacco Day into a propaganda day. Sweden is on the verge of achieving a smoke-free status through alternative nicotine products. The World Health Organization needs to stop suppressing alternative nicotine products and start supporting them as key to achieving a smoke-free future. The WHO's erroneous statements are fueling a deadly epidemic of misunderstanding. Smokers should understand the truth: the health risks of e-cigarettes are far less than smoking. Accurate knowledge can save millions of lives.

 

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