FDA Again Extends Deadlines for E Cigarette / E Liquid PMTA Compliance to 2022!


The FDA has extended the deadline for submission of Pre Market Tobacco Applications (PMTA) for non-combustible tobacco products (e cigarettes, e liquids, vaping products) to August 8, 2022.  In its July 28, 2017 announcement, the FDA announced a new comprehensive plan which places nicotine, and the issue of addiction, at the center of the agency s tobacco regulation [ ] The post FDA Again Extends Deadlines for E Cigarette / E Liquid PMTA Compliance to 2022! appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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Guidance to E Cigarette & E Liquid Industry (Non – PMTA) from the FDA


Guidance to E Cigarette & E Liquid Industry (Non PMTA) from the FDA The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) deemed all “tobacco products” within its authority and subject to the Tobacco Control Act. FDA has issued a wide variety of information regarding tobacco products and the new regulations. FDA has also been issuing [ ] The post Guidance to E Cigarette & E Liquid Industry (Non PMTA) from the FDA appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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Pathways for an FDA E -Cigarette Premarket Authorization


Pathways for an FDA E -Cigarette Premarket Authorization The FDA regulations recently deemed a number of products, including electronic cigarettes and e-liquids, as tobacco products. According to the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA), all newly deemed tobacco products that were not on the market in the U.S. before February 15, 2007 are required to [ ] The post Pathways for an FDA E -Cigarette Premarket Authorization appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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Study Shows Cigarette Smoke Harms DNA More Than Previously Thought


In a peer reviewed study published in Plos|One Journal, scientists conclude that there is significant harm, worse than previously thought, to the DNA from cigarette smoke.  This study further confirms that the harm from cigarette smoke, with over 70 known carcinogens, can be enormously more harmful than e-cigarette vapors as concluded recently by Public Health England [ ] The post Study Shows Cigarette Smoke Harms DNA More Than Previously Thought appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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