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EFVI Spain forms part of EFVI (European Free Vaping Initiative), a movement of citizens that fight to bring to the European Commission a debate to formalize their opinions with respect the classification of electronic cigarette and related products, against the upcoming Tobacco Products Directive implementation by proposing a legislation conforming to a consumer product that establishes the foundations for a free vaping without restrictions in Europe. To EFVI, anyone who already know these devices, their effectiveness and their positive impact on quality of life cannot find a good reason to justify a classification as a medicinal or tobacco product. Especially when other products well-known, with harmful effects, remain freely available to the public.

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    Greg H said:
    22 January, 2015 at 5:34 pm

    Greg A. Hamacher

    1 hr

    World Health Organization needs to see e-cigarettes as part of the solution, not the problem,…

    News, research, comment and policy analysis on nicotine containing products, in particular nicotine…


    mark Magenis (@markMagenis) said:
    1 February, 2015 at 11:08 pm

    If there was a handout we could print off and give to any medical,professional we meet, at appointments etc, it would help spread the word.


    Clifford Beatty said:
    28 October, 2015 at 12:37 am

    I have a question My family want’s me to stop vaping, Is it in any way shape or form harmful to my body.


    Fr. Jack Kearney said:
    5 March, 2016 at 1:26 am

    “The California Association for Alcohol & Drug Educators (CAADE) supports efforts by the addiction treatment community to utilize its treatment expertise in developing tobacco cessation tools that include both abstinence-based and harm-reduction models including the use of electronic cigarettes”

    CAADE accredits addiction studies programs in over 40 colleges and universities in California, Arizona and Nevada. It also issues the highest level of addiction counselor certification in California, and currently represents more than 16,000 counselors, college faculty members and students.


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