Snus use in the U.S.: reducing harm or creating it?

  title={Snus use in the U.S.: reducing harm or creating it?},
  author={Ren{\'e}e Twombly},
  journal={Journal of the National Cancer Institute},
  volume={102 19},
A controversial and unsanctioned method of tobacco control, embraced in Sweden by its citizens and now catching on in Norway, may come under federal discussion in the U.S. now that the Food and Drug Administration has regulatory control over tobacco products. But U.S. supporters of the Scandinavian strategy known as tobacco harm reduction don’t expect an easy transition, if any movement at all, away from the current U.S. focus on smoking cessation through FDA-approved methods. Harm reduction… CONTINUE READING
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