Posted: 04 Nov 2016 10:00 AM PDT
Critics say World Health Organisation report is a backward step that will hamper fight to cut tobacco-related deaths
Countries should consider curbing the use of e-cigarettes because there is not enough evidence to show they help people stop smoking, according to a World Health Organisation report.
Vaping will be on the agenda of a major meeting starting in India on Monday of the 180 countries that have signed the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, aimed at combatting Big Tobacco and preventing the millions of deaths every year around the world caused by smoking.
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